just wondered how many people have had issues taking their children to their supermarket with them during lockdown. I know some supermarkets/local shops are not allowing any children in the shop even if you explain that your a single parent and have no other option.
I live in a city and popped out to get my meds and saw people out shopping with their kids going into large supermarkets. Obviously if you need to feed yourselves and have no one to ask then you need to go out and shop. They are at home all day so will be having 3 meals.
I did an online shop 4 weeks which I do regularly as my child is autistic and hates shopping, we are living off that. My sister has shopped for us and our stuff is in her freezer. I also have items for her because she has a medical condition so can’t go anywhere. I do sympathise but at the end of the day if you have wipes and keep your distance you should be OK.
Hi, I have ended up leaving my 7 and 8 year olds in the car in the carpark, with drinks, tablet and dobble as dont really have any other choice. I went on a weekday afternoon and it was quiet and i also asked the security guard in the shop to keep an eye on the car. I explained the situation to the kids and thankfully they were well behaved, but it is frustrating and worrying as the 7 year old really has no common sense and i wouldn’t want this to happen with any regularity but i dont want them in the shop any more than other people do 🙁
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