Child themes don't update. They wouldn't perform their main function if they did. Which is stopping customized files being overwritten by updates.
The mother theme only needs to be updated.
You can open the style.css file in the child theme folder and edit the Version number 0.0.3 to 0.0.4 if it makes you feel better. But it's purely cosmetic. It makes no difference what it says there. You can change it to "Version: Child" and leave it at that if you wish.
Actually, you can delete the whole line and never be bothered by the version number again.
And as it's you doing all the edits and file customizations in the child theme, you can even change the Author's name to your name, if it turns you on. lol
Example from a DaVinci 2 Child theme's style.css file. As you can see, it still says Version: 1.0. I never bothered to edit anything.
Just a hunch here, but have you placed any customized/edited files in the child theme folder? Are you actually using the child theme?
I received a Google Search Console warning for the site with this theme. I haven't made any modifications, it's just a normal theme install with Ninja Forms instead of Contact-7 forms and 4 dummy test products.
Google Search Console said ...
"Products issues detected on XXXXXXX..com
To the owner of XXXXXX..com:
Search Console has identified that your site is affected by 3 Products issues:
Warnings are suggestions for improvement. Some warnings can enhance your appearance on Search; some might become errors in the future. The following warnings were found on your site:
Missing field 'aggregateRating'
Invalid enum value in field 'availability'
Missing field 'review'
We recommend that you fix these issues when possible to enable the best experience and coverage in Google Search."
There are no reviews on your product pages. That's why there's no rating. The warning will be gone once you add reviews to your product pages.
The availability issue might be caused by the wrong 'path': the theme refers to http://schema.org/InStock instead of https://schema.org/InStock
I'll give it a check. Thanks!
No, the testing is not over. We'll update the theme next week. Besides bug fixes, there will be some new features available (we're still building basic functionality)
By the way, in your opinion what features the theme lacks?