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Tips for the grocery store melt down

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Every parent will experience one; most children will have one. When you see a child having a melt down, he/she is probably tired, sick or hungry - or the parent is not allowing the child to get his/her way. That child's parent/s want to get out of that store just as bad as the youngster, so allow the family to go ahead of you at the check out. And don't say, " You sure have your hands full!" You might get slapped.

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