By Nancy Wade
Julie wasn’t sure about her decision, but she knew things were about to change. She gathered Adam and Alice, ignoring their crying and squabbling.
“There, there, we’re going for a nice ride.”
She fastened the lower belt and the upper so that Alice and the car seat were one. Adam was easier to latch—happier, calmer, excited about this great expedition. For Adam, going in the car was always an adventure. He kept saying, “See Daddy.”