We're out of bread and difficult child wanted a sandwich. I was in my jammies and not feeling well and difficult child said she would go into the store to get the bread. I had zero cash on me and told difficult child that she would have to use my debit card. I asked her if she thought she could do that and she said she did. We went through the process several times before we left and again in the car in the parking lot. She decided that she would use the self checkout since she's used it with me. We went through the series of screens, what buttons to push, which way to slide the card, the PIN, the whole bit step by step. I told her that someone worked a desk at the self checkout and if she needed help they could help her. She did it! She was so proud of herself. This is HUGE for her. She was beaming when she came back to the car. I was parked so I could see the door and was anxiously watching. I had decided how much time I was going to give her before going in after her. She did have to get help because they had changed the debit card reader since last time I was there and the way I showed her to slide the card was now reversed. But she was able to ask for help! They've recently remodeled the store, too, and I don't even know where everything is yet, but she found what she needed. I'm such a proud mama!