Mom Spends $1,000 on 3-Year-Old Daughter's Christmas Presents but Only Buys Son a Couple | 22 Words

A mom has recently admitted to spending $1,000 on her 3-year-old daughter's Christmas presents but only buying a couple for her baby son.

Do you think this is fair? Read on to see what she had to say...

Christmas is just weeks away...

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And it's safe to say that we're all feeling that last-minute strain to get our Christmas shopping done!

It's always an expensive time of the year...

But our loved ones are totally worth it, right?

Well, us parents are the ones certainly feeling the bank account strain at the moment.

While preparing for Santa Claus' big arrival, parents all around the world have been spending their pennies on exciting treats and gifts for their angelic children.

And even if our kids are leaning slightly toward the naughty list this year...

We still love to spoil them rotten during the festive season!

Of course, it's important to treat all of our children fairly...

And make sure they each get the same amount of gifts and love during the holidays.

But one mom recently shared the gifts that she had bought for her 2 children...

And she had absolutely no shame in admitting she'd spent a hell of a lot more on her daughter than she did on her son.

Alicia Snoeks is a mom of 2 from Queensland, Australia.

The thirty-three-year-old has a 3-year-old daughter and a 6-week-old son, and she recently took to social media to share her Christmas shopping list for this year.

The mom admitted that she had spent a significantly higher amount of money on her daughter than she had on her baby son...

And it has certainly had a lot of thought from other parents.

This year, Alicia spent a staggering $1,000 AUD ($741) on her daughter.

She shared what gifts she has bought her daughter online, with the haul including a climbing wall, a trampoline, and lots of toys.

It's an awful lot for a 3-year-old, we must say!

And as for her 6-week old son? She's treated him to some clothes, bath toys, and a bouncer.

Alicia bought her baby some smaller gifts to make her daughter realize that she needs to share.

Speaking to The Daily Mail Australia, the mom then defended her excessive spending by saying, "I don't want her thinking she's on the naughty list."

At the end of the day, what a parent spends on their children is nobody's business but their own...

And if they want to buy their newborn baby gifts, then so be it!

For more Christmassy stories...

Read on to learn about the family who buys all of their kids presents from charity shops so they understand that "money doesn't grow on trees"...