“Ding!”

Another item bounces off the bottom of the supermarket trolley. My mother warned me against shopping with a 7 year old. I really should have listened to that sage advice! Thirty minutes of grocery shopping with an over-excited kid on school holidays is almost too much!

As we snaked our way through aisle after aisle, Little Miss Bored started taking ANYTHING she could grab from the supermarket shelves and throwing them into the trolley, giggling with delight as they made a tinny sound when they struck the bottom of the cart.

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