A good lesson.
I was shopping at a Wegman’s grocery store a few years ago. In line ahead of me was a young mother with a cart full of food. And a 3 or 4 year old toddler.
As is often the case, the checkout lane was filled with those last minute items one tends to forget to buy. Like candy. And candy. And more candy.
I am not cynical enough (well, I am, actually) to think that grocery stores intentionally put loads of sweets right where little toddlers can see them. And demand them. And grab them. And cry for them.
Which is what this toddler did. He or she began whining. “I want..I want..I want”.
The young mother said “No.”
So, the toddler reached over and picked up candy bar and placed it on the counter.
We all waited to see what the mother would do. Would she give in? Would…
View original post 161 more words