As we pulled up to the school drop-off lane in the Audi R8 and the 5th grade greeters fought over who would open the door to let my 6 year-old son out, my son said, “These kids must think my life is awesome because I come to school in three cool cars.” I explained to my little kindergartner that even if we didn’t have those 3 vehicles, his life is still awesome. He said, “Yeah.”
As we pulled up to the school drop-off lane in the Audi R8 and the 5th grade greeters fought over who would open the door to let my 6 year-old son out, my son said, “These kids must think my life is awesome because I come to school in three cool cars.” I explained to my little kindergartner that even if we didn’t have those 3 vehicles, his life is still awesome. He said, “Yeah.”

As we pulled up to the school drop-off lane in the Audi R8 and the 5th grade greeters fought over who would open the door to let my 6 year-old son out, my son said, “These kids must think my life is awesome because I come to school in three cool cars.” I explained to my little kindergartner that even if we didn’t have those 3 vehicles, his life is still awesome. He said, “Yeah.”