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School Supply shopping review.

School Supplies


Today we are going to be talking all about school supply list shopping. as a parent, how many of you like to go school supply shopping. Me myself it's not my favorite thing to do at the beginning of the school year process.

But it's something we have to do so in an earlier post I said I like to do my shopping early because I like to be prepared ahead of time and also things go fast when it gets a couple of weeks away from school starting. So this post is going to be a sort of review on the process of going school supply shopping and the stress of it and if you would like to see a video review/ haul on the supply we got for my son you will able to see that video this Monday.


pencils and pencil box


The List

It is a week since school has been out and you have been looking at the school supply list every now and then so you don't forget school will be coming soon I better start shopping.
The list looks like it is a grocery list so long and cryptic. you say today's the day. its a month away from school.

so you pack up your kids get in the car and go to your closest store that supplies school supplies. 
you get a basket and head to the isle you always pick the easiest things to find crayons, markers scissors and so on but there is always a few things on the list that you have the hardest time trying to find and you will have to go to two or three stores before you find it and what your usually looking for is the Item the teacher preselected like expo markers or something crazy why do they have to make it so difficult.

My experience

This year school supply shopping wasn't too stressful this year I split the list down the middle and got a little here and there through the school year and just the other day I finished the other half. but one thing I do like about this year school supply list is that my son's school is now partner with a company where you can go online select your school and the grade your child is in and by all of the supplies right their online how cool is that. No in-store hassle looking up and down the aisle and asking store clerks.

One thing I also liked is that I got it done early because last year I split the list down the middle got one half and then forgot to get the last half and I had to last minute shop and I was pregnant with my youngest how stressful was it you asked so stressful. and the thing that topped it off was that we went to Walmart.
Now there is nothing wrong with Walmart I like Walmart but it is a hectic place to shop and last minute school supply shopping it was crazy there was literally empty shelves people were shoving an pushing to find all the school supplies they need it and it was only a little left in such a little space ever since then I said to my self I am never last minute shopping for school supplies its like going to the toy store for Christmas to get the popular toy of the year, chaos. But that was last year this year we got all of are supplies and backpack at a reasonable price so make sure you guys come and see our school supplies list hual on Monday to see what cool stuff we got my youtube channel is.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdxdRxTYRJmvzUbyTnbAQwg/
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