We just launched a new feature with Fit Pregnancy that lets you find stroller friendly and wheelchair accessible routes in NYC and the tri-state area.
Now you’ll never get caught in this situation again.
This is Sadie. She is a small child that was trying to choke herself with her mothers purse strap. When her mother and father wouldn’t let her she cried and screamed…and screamed some more. Sadie then threw herself down onto the seat face first. Everyone was laughing. She was so dramatic that it was amusing. Sadie then inched her way behind an older man sitting next to her. She crawled behind him. He jumped up. I burst out hysterically laughing along with the entire train car. It was quite a scene.
I made a friend on the bus. This is Amy. She sang to me, recited the Alphabet, and counted up to 20 for me. She was adorable.
I was on a bus full of children for just about twenty minutes. There were about seven of them, probably around the age of ten.
It was the funniest thing; about every five minutes all of the children would run around and switch seats. It was always in unison. It’s like they were talking to each other in their heads. It was perfect clockwork.
I didn’t quite know why they were all switching seats repeatedly; I could not even imagine a possible reason. All I know is it was quite amusing. I wasn’t the only one that thought so. Every time they did this you could hear laughs and giggles spread across the entire bus.
I love it when there are entertaining folk on the bus. It’s like a free show for your long trip.
The DOT is creating the city’s first 20mph zone in The Bronx’s Claremont, an area full of schools and higher injury rates.