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    I do unless its raining or I honestly cant be bothered.

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    Always put it back. I usually offer to take other people's trolleys back too. Except if it's got a coin in it, that would be kinda awkward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    Yes always I hate people hate it when others don't especially when mums think oh I have a kid I don't have to umm yes you do how are you going to teach your kids to put things away if you can't.

    if you able to get a trolley you are able to put it away, I struggled the other day cause DD now doesn't go in a trolley always in her chair and se got to tired to drive it so I was pushing the trolley and driving her chair for her it was a struggle but I managed
    I have to disagree.
    I usually shop with my almost 4 year old twins and my 13 week old.
    I am never guaranteed a park near the bay and I usually put the kids in the car and then pack the groceries away, I don't like leaving my kids alone in the car to walk all the way across the carpark to put it away again.
    If DF is with me he does it, but he isn't always.

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    I always strap DS into the car before unloading the trolly. Trollys are not safe and don't have brakes. If I then move away from the car to a trolly bay what happends if I get injured or hit by a car or something. You cannot hear a baby cry in a car, how long till/if somebody finds him if I have been taken away in ambulance? If im very close I will leave DS door open and return trolly, if a long way away I don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsoptomistic View Post
    While I'm talking about leaving kids, now that we have NO pay at the pump petrol bowsers where we live I have to get 2 kids out of the car every time I fill up. What do you do, and at what age? Or is that a whole other thread?
    Eek! I leave mine in the car but I get very nervous and I hate doing it! Mine kids are 3yo and 6mo <ducks for cover>

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    Lol trolley people collect them from the bays and take the inside as well not there to collect strays all thou they have to do that too but yer the would still have jobs if every one was curtious

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    Just wondering - those who don't take the trolley back to the bay, where exactly do you leave it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    Eek! I leave mine in the car but I get very nervous and I hate doing it! Mine kids are 3yo and 6mo <ducks for cover>
    I'll stand bravely with you. Mine are 7 and 1.

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    If the trolley bay is close.


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    [QUOTE=MrsOhara;7116246]I have to disagree.
    I usually shop with my almost 4 year old twins and my 13 week old.
    I am never guaranteed a park near the bay and I usually put the kids in the car and then pack the groceries away, I don't like leaving my kids alone in the car to walk all the way across the carpark to put it away again.
    If DF is with me he does it, but he isn't always.[/

    Each to there own, I just worry about stray trolleys hitting cars but yer you do what you need to to protect your kids I have no dramas with that
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