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Dad and Kids Sing Queen: Best School Commute Ever (VIDEO)

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A fun ritual the kids will remember when they are grown.

What’s your morning routine?

Mine consists of me telling myself it can’t possibly be morning already as my alarm is pressed once, twice, sometimes three times, then saying to the kids, “Get up. Get up, it’s 6:30. Get up, It’s 6:45. Get up, it’s 7 o’clock”. You get the picture.

Ushering a tired family out of the door each morning can be the hardest part of the day. It’s not optimal, and it certainly isn’t fun.

So I’m kind of in awe over this inventive Dad who found a creative way to get the kids pumped for school and himself able to enjoy the commute.

This Dad, known only as on YouTube, uploaded the video below, along with this description:

It has become a morning habit to sing Bohemian Rhapsody on the way to school in the morning. Depending on traffic, we can usually start the song as we pull out of the driveway, and pull into the school just as the song ends.

Genius, isn’t it? I mean who doesn’t just love listening to Queen anytime, anywhere?

Pay close attention to the boy in the back. That adorable toddler knows every word.

Image: You Tube

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