Those that are reaching for their soapbox about the Bear Hunt phenomenon, just relax a little.
The response to the Bear Hunt globally has been unbelievable and now bears are springing up in houses and apartments right across the Illawarra.
The Bear Hunt is aimed at brightening the lives of children (and of course, therefore parents) who are coming to grips with life in social isolation.
Yet there are those who those who slam the craze for being against the principles of what we are trying to achieve as a society.
To those people, the majority of whom probably don't have kids, relax a little.
It is possible to do both. Many houses and apartments in the Illawarra aren't blessed with big back yards and going for a walk around the neighbourhood is a responsible way of keeping children healthy at this time.
Co-ordinator of the Illawarra Bear Hunt and early childhood teacher Kya Murphy agrees.
"Several people raised concerns that the initiative encourages people to leave their home," Ms Murphy said.
"I must stress that the hunt can be completed by car.
"However, the Chief Medical Officer has said that fresh air and physical exercise are encouraged.
"Completing a bear hunt by walking or bike supports children and families to maintain physical as well as emotional well being, recognising the holistic nature of children's health. "
We could not agree more and this was perfectly summed up by Woonona mum Amy Harris.
"It is a good way to bring the community together without them being together," Ms Harris said.
So beautifully put.
If you are going on a Bear Hunt walk for sure keep your social distance and if you happen to be on a drive, drive safely.
This is a trying time for parents and young children, let's try to show some understanding and kindness and put a bear in your window. You might just find it puts a smile on your face.