Spoiling kids with holiday gifts
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- With Christmas just weeks away, plenty of parents have found themselves in a bind, trying to figure out where to draw the line on spoiling their children for the holidays.
A new survey from Parenting Magazine and today moms found that 76 percent of parents surveyed say their kids are spoiled to some degree during the holidays. And 56 percent think their children are more spoiled than they were at that age.
At the same time, 76 percent of parents said they feel guilty about saying no.
On average, those surveyed said they planned on spending about $271 dollars per child.
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