And do you spoil your own children? I'm referring to material things.
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Answer by Mom2Just1 at 8:51 AM on Dec. 16, 2010
We did not have much money growing up. So material items were not really something that I was showered with. I was not spoiled, in my opinion. Am I spoiled now? I'm not even sure what that would mean. I have some nice things, many more things I dream about doing, seeing, or having if I ever won the lottery. But I would not say I am surrounded by material wealth. I am "spoiled" in that I have a loving husband, a wonderful child, and our needs are provided for. I work with a lot of people who do not have their basic needs met and would consider it a luxury to have some things I do. Is my four year old spoiled? No, he does not act entitled or have expectations of entitlement. He does have nice toys, lots of clothes (toys and clothes not from his parents), and our attention/love. But I would never call him spoiled. His grandmother "spoils" him but that is her business and unique role as a grandparent.
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