That's walking my daughter to school. It takes ten minutes, hand in hand. The walk goes through a forest path and along the pond, and we talk about different things. Like the letter A.
The one that's not walking takes second daughter to daycare by car, while third daughter cries in the back. She's not happy to be woken up for this. Afterwards we meet up halvway and I drive Arctic Dad to work.
The logistics. The magic word for people with children. How do you sort out yours?