The holiday season is in full swing, and so is the gift giving. In our
last post, we discussed mindful gift giving. This week, we’re talking
about how to “unspoil” your kids.
The article we’re highlighting this week talks about a survey that
was done by TODAY Moms and
Parenting.com. They surveyed 6,000 moms online and found that 76 percent admit that
it’s a season of spoiling for their kids.
Not only that, but the average parent spends a whopping $271 per child
on gifts at Christmas! It comes down to the fact that all parents want
their children to have a happy and fun holiday, but if you’d like
to create a better balance so your children understand the true meaning
of the holiday season, and that it’s not just about presents, we
What are your thoughts on spoiling children at Christmas?