Grocery shopping with kids can be a tricky — and expensive — outing. There are a lot of advantages to shopping with kids — teaching kids about money, colors, and food, for starters. I personally prefer to go it alone, but sometimes it just can’t be helped.
It’s best to keep kids involved in the experience, to avoid tantrums, whining and the constant “Can we get this?” That’s why I have a few strategies in place, to make shopping with kids less of a chore. Here is my process:
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