Kindergartners are being made to sell Innisbrook now? Seriously?
I like how I wasn't even given an option to donate the equivalent and opt-out in of sales. Do PTA groups even think about what it means for parents of multiple kids in the same grade bracket? Or parents of twins (like me)/triplets/etc?
And kindergartners? Really? Shouldn't they be more focused on learning the school process and getting reading fundamentals? Kindergartners don't really even understand what the door-to-door sales are all about, all mine see are cartoon characters on the Innisbrook packaging and me being a mean mommy for not letting them tear the wrapping paper samples out of the sales books.
How have you guys coped with this kind of thing?
They aren't MADE to do anything. It's a choice to do so or not. I have only chosen to sell candy bars because everyone seems to like them.
Answer by Anonymous at 3:57 PM on Sep. 1, 2009
Oh and we don't go door to door. We ask family and friends, no one else.
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