I've been delivering for Amazon Flex this month to pick up a little extra Christmas money. I've been letting each of my three big kids take turns going with me because, A) It's boring by myself and it's good one on one time, B) It's efficient because they can find my next package while I'm running up to the door, C) They love it because they get to play Pokemon and I get them some pokecoins. They aren't aloud in the warehouse so I drop them at Starbucks close by while I pick up the packages - usually about 30 minutes. My twins (10 in two weeks) have been begging for a turn to go. I've been nervous about it, not because I think they would be in any real danger or misbehave at Starbucks, but because of nosy adults. I did finally decide to let them have a turn. They sat nicely drinking hot chocolate and playing on their kindles. Sure enough some lady started questioning them about where their mom was. I had told them that if anyone asked they should say I was picking up some Christmas presents (not untrue) and I'd be back shortly. Apparently they also decided to tell her they were black belts, lol. Anyway, when I got back she said she was so surprised to see them there alone because parents didn't leave their kids alone in her day (yeah right). I told her that they were only in danger from nosy strangers who might feel the need to report them and I was so glad that didn't happen. *sigh* I probably won't take them again.