She'll load everyone in her car--the car that has a new tire--and drive across town to drop off her preschooler.
As she's paying very close attention maneuvering in the parking lot, she'll notice her precious cargo staring back at her in her rearview mirror.
She'll probably get a crazy idea to go buy fabric to make dresses for two of them, so she'll head to her favorite crafty store.
On their way back to her car--the car with the new tire--she'll praise her 3 little ones for excellent behavior in her favorite crafty store, then she'll notice what a glorious day it is.
She'll surprise her children with a trip to their favorite park.
With a packed lunch in tow, she'll probably suggest a nature walk. As she kicks her heels up, down this path with her children:
...she'll want to stop along side the trail and roll in the fallen leaves.
While fooling around on the ground she'll want to snap a picture of her little guy being silly:
and then of being sweet:
Being sweet will remind her of these two little ones, whose legs were getting a little tired from their walk:
When she asks the little girls if they'd "like a ride in the stroller," she'll remember that she does in fact, have her own ride now, and it's waiting at the end of their adventure.
And chances are, if she has a car...
...she's going to want to go somewhere...else!