Ap School supplies have become such a thing that parents of children in preschool and kindergarten have started to think twice about giving them to their kids.
There’s a new trend on the shelves these days where they say they’re “supply fatigue” because kids are using them up.
Ap School Supply, a company that specializes in the supply of Ap School Education supplies, said in a statement that they’ve had “a number of customers call and request” for “a full refund.”
That’s been a trend for years, and parents are afraid to give them to children in the first place because they don’t trust them.
“It’s a great deal to give your child a little extra, but it’s not something that you feel confident you’ll be able to keep up with,” a parent told The Daily Beast.
“They’re a very important part of the family, and it’s a really good deal to keep them, but they’re also a little bit expensive.
I’m a mom who is just trying to make ends meet.”
But parents are not the only ones worried about the supply, according to The Lad.
Some people who have used the Ap School supply have had to make changes to their routine.
Some have been forced to go into stores and ask for cash, which can be a bit of a deterrent.
“I feel like this is a situation where we’re all going to have to have some conversations,” a mom from a suburban community told The Lad’s reporter.
“If we’re going to be able for kids to have that, then we should be doing it.
If we’re not going to do that, we should not be doing this.”
The parent said the Ap school supply is something she wants her child to have, and she wants to make sure she’s prepared to give it to him when she needs it.
“We’re going back to the school store,” the mom said.
“A lot of times I’ll be there, and I’ll see that he’s gone into the kitchen, and he’s been playing with his toys.
It’s kind of a weird situation because we don’t know when it’s going to happen.”
In many cases, it’s the parents who are left behind.
A few parents in a town outside Atlanta, Georgia told The Times they are worried about not having enough supplies in their homes.
“Some of us don’t have the money for everything that we need to be comfortable and healthy,” the mother told The Advocate.
“So I just feel like we’re living in the future, and we have to get some supplies together to be ready.”
And that’s what’s happened with the Ap supply.
Parents and students alike are still getting ready to start preschool, but the shortage of supplies and the pressure to buy more has led some to turn away from the supply altogether.
“The people who are not able to do it, the kids are just going to stay away,” a school principal from a town that is near the border of Georgia and South Carolina told The Herald.
“When we go to the store, it seems like we have this massive influx of people.
So it’s kind, like, they are not ready for the school.”
The principal added that some parents are starting to feel pressured to take a break.
“What I see is, people are really not being able to afford to do what they normally would do,” she said.
The parent who told The Express that she had to take an “extra day off work” because she didn’t have enough supplies for preschool said that the demand for supplies has caused some to start thinking that “I’m not going be able take care of myself.”
“I just feel that I need to take this extra day off because I don’t want to go to work tomorrow,” the parent told the newspaper.
“My kid’s just not going into the preschool with me, because it’s just really not a good time to be at school.”
“It just feels like the pressure is on,” the same parent told another news outlet.
“You’re not prepared for it.”