Parenting isn't easy. Things go wrong, and, as much as we beat ourselves up about it, sometimes it's better to just laugh it off.

One mom had to do just that after finding out what her son had been ordering on her phone...

When you become a parent, things change forever...

And you learn new skills and life lessons.

Importantly, you also learn how to look after a mini human...

And more than often, it can be hard. Very hard.

There's the crying...

And the tantrums.

Sometimes you just have to give in.

But that doesn't by any means make you a bad parent.

As parents, there are many things we may feel guilty about...

And one increasingly tough debate that parents face is with technology.

Technology is incredibly common in today's society...

With the age of users getting lower and lower.

But how young is too young?

Well, that's a question that only you can answer.

There's nothing wrong with allowing your child a small amount of screentime...

Or allowing them to play games or watch cartoons.

But, if you do, you might need to keep an eye on what they're doing.

As at times, things can go horribly wrong.

And you might be lumbered with a huge bill!

As one mom found out...

Thirty-two-year-old mom Raissa Andrade was in shock after McDonald's delivered a feast fit for a king to her front door...

As it turns out, her son had done a little online food shop.

Included in his one-man McDonalds feast was:

6 happy meals, 10 milkshakes, 2 strawberry sundaes, 2 twelve packs of nuggets, 8 bottles of water, 2 McFlurries, large fries with bacon and cheddar, 2 apple pies, and a grape juice to wash it all down.

To top it off, he also ordered 8 extra happy meal toys, because why not?

Yep, that's right... The 4-year-old spent $100 worth of McDonald's after getting hold of him moms phone.

"This is not the first time this has happened," Ms Andrade wrote.

"Even after this, he said 'Mum, the golden minion didn't even come.' I laughed, cried and then sat down to eat and drink a milkshake."

The photo quickly went viral, with many praising the boy...

"Not all heroes wear capes. What a legend!" one person wrote. "Good on him, looks like he got a load of specials. He sorted dinner for the family gave mum the night off," another added. "How clever Mum must be so happy. Ingenious!!" someone else said.

Others said they have had similar experiences...

"Lol my 2-year-old nephew would do the same thing if his mum didn’t keep a close eye on him," one person wrote. "There have been times she has been trying to decide what to get for lunch and he will say 'pizza' and if he’s playing one of his learning games on her phone he will open up door dash and pull up the pizza app."

It seems like this happens a lot more than you'd expect...

"My 2-year-old ordered a hash brown through the Maccas app! Lucky it was just a hash brown!" another comment read. "My eight-year-old daughter did something similar to this not long ago, she ordered a bunch of ice creams, pizza and other sides from Pizza Hut on her sisters laptop!" a third said. I don't blame the kid, sometimes you get a hunger only McDonalds can fill. Keep scrolling for more...