We are fortunate to live within walking distance of several decent grocery stores, and in the first week I went almost every day and bought as much as I could carry home. One day when Steve was still home all four of us took the tram to a huge grocery store outside of town (mostly for something to do and to scope it out), but there's only so much we can carry when kid-wrangling on public transportation. Also we don't have any Swedish currency yet so we couldn't put a coin into the cart release (like Aldi if you've ever been there without a quarter). But we were able to buy rain gear for Bowen without a size conversion chart. It's like Swedish Target; they have everything.
|Oatmeal, but too much to carry home|
|Diapers... $109?! (109 kronors = $17)|
I miss Wegmans.