|An example is that when we shop at the grocery store for (some of our) food, we buy fresh organic foods and my dc notice on their own that other people's carts are full of boxed items. Naturally, they were curious about why other people have boxes in their carts while we have food. If they fill their carts with boxes, what do they eat? Well, those boxes contain what they eat. Do they contain food? Sometimes and it depends on what's in the boxes.|
I like the "it's none of our business" line, especially if the child seems to be judging or looking for YOU to judge. Sometimes children, especially at around 7 or 8 years old, want validation for their choices and seek to reject the opposite choice. (Heck, adults do this too.) Kids are very black-and-white at certain ages.