This real kids sized shopping cart is the cutest thing. My kids love it.
I used to let me 3-year-old bring one of these to the grocery store during our weekly shopping trip. It slowed us down but was super cute and she loved it.
In Norway,manye stores have these for the kids!
learnιng to a kind that shoping its a game, its not exacly the best way to intoduce him to Llife
Migros and Coop (Swiss supermarket chains) have them for kids – equipped with a pole and a flag on top so you don’t lose your assistants in the aisles…
Please don’t take my comment as an offence, but – Yes, for some nations shopping is far more than a habit – it’s a religion.
i understand that. Is just my greek heritage that give me a different prospective.
i recommend this 2 classic books. they help me to understand the world better.
-The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (Sociology)
-The Story of Art by E. H. Gombrich (Art)
Give her the best you can, so that she cherishes it for life.
So, as the 18th is such a milestone, it’s a great idea to treat a loved one to a bottle of their favoured beverage, to be enjoyed with family or friends during their birthday celebrations. It is also translated in to at least 18 languages and is sung around the world every day.
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