My daughter is 14. This is the first year that Santa is SERIOUSLY reflecting behavior at christmas. Whether she knows I'm santa or not, I don't know, but probably does. Here's my problem. She had a lot of behavioral issues over the summer and the very beginning of school, however her brother's shorter termed behavioral issues were FAR WORSE than hers, therefore I believe that she should get more. Her little sister was not in trouble for any lenth of time so of course she gets the most.
Now, currently I have less presents for the 14 year old than her older brother BUT hers cost more. My youngest believes santa makes all these presents so their cost is equal, however I've gotten some GREAT deals on the youngests because she's into clothes and hair accessories. I've gotten far more and spent far less.
Should I equal up the present count to reflect the behavior or equal up the money amount? At 14 do you think they understand that part? She mentioned when I told t hem that Santas taking behavior very seriously this year, that she got 3 less presents than everyone else last year. O.M.G. She remembered that?
So stuck because I also have no idea what to get her.