No wonder grocery shopping isn’t your favorite hobby, with two of those little rascals turning the whole store upside down if you look away for just one second.
Lena (38): “As a single parent of two boys, Tijmen (3) and Levi (6), I have to keep all the balls up. After a full day with those two energy bombs you can pick me up. I think the biggest hell is shopping with them. As I fill up my cart, I keep an eye out that they don’t pull a jar of peas out of the compartment or open a bag of chips (both really happened!).
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Last summer, footballs were sold in the supermarket. Levi’s been nagging for a ball like that for weeks, but we’ve got plenty at home. On a day when you could already pick me up from fatigue, the boys had escaped my attention in an unguarded moment.
“I didn’t know how quickly I had to drag my two crooks out of the store with the blush of shame on my cheeks”
Suddenly I heard a lot of noise. Levi and Tijmen had thought of playing ‘a game of football’ and so they kicked such a ball through the supermarket. Fortunately, the damage was not too bad, but I did not know how quickly I had to drag my two crooks out of the store with the blush of shame on my cheeks.”
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