It’s a sunny but cold morning. We walk in a fast pace to the car, to get warmer. Suddenly she stops and with a happy voice she says:
-Look mama, this is daddy’s car! Can we go with it at kindergarten? Please!!!
-Baby girl, mama doesn’t know how to drive daddy’s car!
-I will show you how, I know!
-You do, don’t you? How come?
-I saw how daddy does it and now I know.
-You go sit in the driver seat, press the button and the lever and you start moving. The car has a sensor and when there is no more space, it will beep. Then you stop, you signal and you go! And you go straight ahead, then you make a right turn, then a left one, you go a little further and you arrive! You park, push the button and get out of the car! See? Is so simple, mama! What do you say? You want to try?
-So simple hah? I don’t have to do anything else…
-Well, you do, of course! You have to put your seatbelt on and then you have to put my seatbealt on and you have to press the pedals. You push the pedals and the car goes vrum, vruuum. You don’t push them, it stops. You want to try, mama?
-I don’t really want. But is a good thing that you know how, if we will ever need you to drive it…
-Mama, I am a child! I cannot drive daddy’s car! Come on, hurry up, is cold and I will be late for today activities.