Amanda Warburton shared the amazing tip to the Motherload Facebook group – and members of the group found it ‘genius.
She shared her parenting idea to the group which has 87k members, Amanda posted three pictures of her ‘genius’ plan alongside the caption:
“My little dude is usually a royal pain in the butt when we go shopping, running off, shouting, just generally faffing about.
“So now I’ve made him the “Shopping Officer” after nursery told me that he enjoys being the Safety Officer there.”
And her idea got to succeed, as she wrote: “He was good as gold with his little hi-vis and clipboard.”
Within less than 24-hours of sharing, the post went viral with two thousand likes as well as hundreds of comments.
Many people called the idea “brilliant” and “genius.”
One wrote: “His high viz jacket is too cute. He looks totally engrossed in the task. Fantastic idea”
And another agreed: “I think this is a brilliant idea. Get them involved in the shopping and they get so excited they can help!”
Some people were so inspired that they want to try it out themselves, writing “What a great idea, I’m going to steal this.”
And some asked for further information like where the checklist is from.
Amanda replied that she “made it myself, just using Word and a pic of a trolley from google, then I googled pics of loads of different food, cut and laminated everything and just stuck a bit of blue-tack on.”
Even others shared their similar tricks, with one revealing: “I did something like this for my grandson but on a key ring little cards with pics on it with the food we eat.”
One group member was so impressed and suggested she patent the idea and pitch it to supermarkets, writing: “You’re a genius! This is such a good idea. You need to get in touch with supermarkets and get them to try it for others too.” A safety club!
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