Let’s talk about grocery shopping. #1—I am eternally grateful for shopping delivery services. Peapod is the one I’ve been using in Boston. If you are prepared, everything can be delivered straight to your door. #2—I am never that prepared. #3—THEN you have to make multiple stops at CVS, paying exorbitant prices for much needed items such as toilet paper. #4—Or you just have to suck it up, drag 3 kids on their scooters 1 mile to the nearest grocery store, chain up said scooters, drag your fighting, tired kids through the incredibly cramped and tiny aisles of city grocery stores, and then take a taxi home. On Saturday night, we sucked it up.
On the bright side, this little grocery store adventure raised our daily step count considerably: