I don't mean in the bad way, necessarily. There is "spoiled", and then there is "spoiled rotten". Are your kids either of these? If so, which? Who spoils them more, you or their dad?
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Answer by StefanieN84 at 9:19 PM on Aug. 22, 2009
It depends on who you ask. If you ask me, no my child is not spoiled. He attends a private school that is expensive, he has enough toys to where we can rotate them, he has a closet full of clothes that I often donate clothes not even worn after a season. But he is lucky, not spoiled. There are kids with a lot more and kids with a lot less. I do not judge on the material things. He does not act like a "brat" or demand/expect things. He will want for things, even if I can give it and afford to - part of my gift to him is to give him the gift of longing, waiting, and wanting. Even the gift of learning how to deal with disappointment. I do give hime lots of my time to play creatively, snuggle, and read together. There are those who think he is spoiled.
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