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Including the children in the shopping experience.
Solution for -- kids and parents like Mary Hart who want an easier time at the grocery store with this on parents and -- -- making these colorful video shopping carts available in each of its stores.
Everybody at least a start at the get in the car and nobody is frustrated.
And -- -- go home make dinner then -- -- says these carts are going to be popular because it makes shopping fun for kids let me side.
They are just cool kids can watch videos like Mickey Mouse club house and handy Manny while their parents concentrate on the grocery list you know when they helped pick out the foods and that kind of thing they tend to eat better.
But psychologists say don't be too quick to assume this just another opportunity to overdose kids on video registers a wonderful place an interactive time we -- -- -- health center counselor Marley Hudson says the carts can actually improve bonding time between parent and child.
Is not the problem.
Either watching television or not watching television is not the problem the problem is how much bonding time did you spend during the day altogether.
But she boards against including video grocery shopping and -- they already loaded with video games and TV shows at home or in the car.
When children are.
In front of the TV or playing video games or playing with iPods incessantly.
When you're losing online.
Is -- developmental stage of social interaction it's all about the ballots they don't watch a whole lot of TV so this is a special treat to them and a special treat for dad to.
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