Lesson Learned

Also while I was in Ohio this past weekend Nathaniel said he ran out of some things and had to take the kids to the grocery store for a few items. Due to very long lines at check-out he decided to do the self check-out. Need I even say more? You know how sensitive those things are and what three little bodies that never stay still do- it was a recipe for disaster. Nathaniel said that literally every three seconds the automated teller would say “Please remove the last item from the bagging area” and he would look over to see Lily sitting in the bagging area. Then he would be scanning (and looking up the code) for bananas and on it would come “Please remove the last item from the bagging area” and Luke would be at the bags removing and adding items. I think finally he put Jack in charge of keeping the twins out of the bagging area- and I believe eventually someone ended up crying. At last the self-checkout advisor came over (I am sure just to get them all out of the store) and finished the process. I had to smile as I heard all the fun lessons learned while I was gone.

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