Many of my friends told me that it is such a struggle for them to bring kids to the supermarket. They run, they go inside the fridge and hide there and they throw tantrums over a candy.
My daughter is no exemption. I have had my fair share of supermarket dramasf. But what i have learned is that engagement is the key. Maybe Bella is generally and easy kid but i find that if i keep her busy, there is zero fussing.
So here are a few tips:
●Before leaving the house to go shopping, i prep her, telling her what we need to buy, ask her to remember the items to try and help me find them in the supermarket. It's like a game to her.
● Enforce rules ahead. For her, no sweet sugary stuff so she doesn't get cavities, no toys because i let her bring her own in the supermarket and asking permission before taking things from the shelves.
●If possible, give her a small cart. It makes them feel independent. I let Bella find stuff and pay for the groceries.
●Talk and engage like maybe count the number of eggs in a tray, or enumerate the colors in the fruit section. This will keep their minds occupied thus forgetting about tantrums.
●Encourage them to tell you what they want. Tell them in a fun way if they can have those things or not.
●Have fun. Enjoy the time. Supermarkets can be really fun for kids.
As for me, I always try to find ways to Less the Stress. Taking Recvr CBD oil helps me a lot.
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