April Villada's daughter, Aria, just reached a milestone: moving into a big-girl room. But she's found some unfriendly roommates in her new space in the form of monsters. What's a scared child to do?
Posted by April Villada on Monday, June 1, 2015
(That's Aria on the right)
Go to a Kroger store, apparently. Little Aria was complaining about her unwanted bedfellows while her mom was picking up medicine in the Suwanee, GA, location when a pharmacist named Anna caught onto their conversation.
Posted by April Villada on Sunday, September 27, 2015
(That's April all the way on the right.)
Feeling the daughter's pain (and probably the mother's too), Anna offered a prescription for the problem: a spray bottle filled with a magical potion to keep the monsters away. April was so touched by Anna's willingness to help, she expressed her gratitude to Kroger on their Facebook page.
It’s October and that means the monsters are out! Fear not, Kroger is here to help. Check out how one of our pharmacist in Suwanee, GA shared our secret Monster Repellant with a valued customer.Posted by Kroger on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
It’s October and that means the monsters are out! Fear not, Kroger is here to help. Check out how one of our pharmacist in Suwanee, GA shared our secret Monster Repellant with a valued customer.
"Such a brilliant idea and so very thoughtful!" April wrote. "My daughter feels very safe going to bed in her big girl room now that she has her very own monster repellent. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart, Anna from Kroger!"
Take that, monsters.