A mother who bought her children an estimated $2,000 worth of presents is to defend the decision.
An Australian mother spent more than an estimated $2,000 to shower her three children, with hundreds of presents, and they refuse to be mommy-shamed for.
Kristy Nowak recently uploaded Facebook photos of the piles of gifts she bought for her family.
“I’m usually not organized,” she says and with subtitles. She is collecting donations for the last five months. “A few years ago, I have for the last four days and started to panic. I have vowed that I will never do it again.”
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The gifts included stuffed animals, board games, a scooter and a bike. Nowak said it took 14 cabinets to store gifts for her.
Nowak’s post has led to an online debate about how many presents parents should have their children during the holidays.
“Oh dear… a little too much,” a user said on Nowak’s page. “I want to save for a number of birthdays.”
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But Nowak shot back at her critics.
“I love Christmas and so do my children,” Nowak wrote on her Facebook. “People assume my children are indifferent or bratty because they are a lot of gifts. That makes no sense to me.”