Manage Your Kids Meltdowns

by: YMC

Keeping kids calm and happy when you're running errands can sometimes be a challenge. To keep meltdowns to a minimum, bring along a snack and drink to keep hunger at bay and a few fun toys that come out during errand time only.

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