We read two articles which discussed stores who have kids' shopping carts and whether they are positive or negative additions to the stores:
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steer - to control the direction in which something (such as a ship, car, or airplane) moves
relish - enjoyment of or delight in something; a feeling of liking something
dodge - to move quickly to one side in order to avoid being hit by (someone or something); to move quickly in order to avoid being hit, seen, stopped, etc.
toting - to carry (something)
enamored - in a state in which you love, admire, or are very interested in something or someone
rife - very common and often bad or unpleasant; having a large amount of (something bad or unpleasant) : full of (something bad or unpleasant)
blindsided - to surprise or shock (someone) in a very unpleasant way; to hit (someone who is facing in another direction) suddenly and very hard
meltdown - a very fast loss of emotional self-control; tantrum, breakdown
cacophony - unpleasant loud sounds
Do you think these mini shopping carts for kids are a good or bad idea? Why?
What would be a better way to keep children happy while their parents do the grocery shopping?@aladdin @oscar001 @april @Bassa @Shiny03 @Manar @Alexa @VictorJosé