I never really entertained the idea of leaving Adriana in the car when she was the only kid. One of me, one of her...no reason to not take her wherever I was going. However, I must admit, now that Justin is back to work and I'm the one taking Adriana to daycare twice a week, I have briefly considered leaving my sleeping two month old in the car while I run inside for two minutes (at the most) to drop off the two year old.
Now, remember...even if 100% of you say that you would totally leave your kid in the car, I'm not sure if I would/could ACTUALLY do it.
I just really, really want to know if this is a thing that people do, or if it's universally considered a huge no-no.
I have a feeling that it's kinda like car seats - all of our parents left us in the car and wouldn't think twice about it, but our generation would be about as likely to leave a kid in the car as they would pull a Britney and drive around with the kid on their lap.
I have distinct memories of spending what felt like HOURS in the backseat of my mom's Chrysler Horizon, my sweaty face glued to the vinyl while I tried to nap while sitting on the hump in the middle. My parents, OF COURSE, claim that I am completely fabricating this memory, but my brothers agree that, while it likely wasn't as long as we think, we definitely spent our fair share stuck in the car while my parents went furniture shopping.
So what do you say, internet? Have you ever left your kid in the car while you run inside for a minute?