The first day, there was no one in Abigail's car line because everyone walked their kids in. (I had a lot of really good reasons for not doing that.) The second day, the car line was an absolute nightmare of people who have never been in a carline before. It was not a safe place to be. Abigail was ready to get out and go, but we had to hold tight. For a long time. Today was better, so AS SOON AS the school doors opened, Abigail hopped out of the car, yelled, "Bye mom! Have a good day!!" and ran like the wind to class without looking back. Then Jory and I talked for a while about the differences between our children.