Mum slammed after showing off massive pile of gifts her son got for his first Christmas
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One mum has been well and truly slammed after showing off a massive pile of gifts her son got for his first Christmas.
Now, while most tots may receive a handful of new clothes, some books and maybe a little cuddly toy or two - this family really pushed the boat out after getting the infant enough gifts to last until the toddler years.
Michi captioned the short clip: "Baby’s First Christmas," and it has since racked up thousands upon thousands of views.
The video, with the overlay text reading 'Only grandchild's first Christmas', showed a pretty impressive collection of presents including baby clothes, books and toys galore.
The TikTok clearly received some mixed responses with many calling out the mum and grandparents for going overboard.
One viewer dubbed the situation: "Overkill."
Another social media user hit out: "'Sorry I don't want to be a negative Nancy and I mean no offence by this but this is ridiculous. He is a baby and will never remember all of these things."
"'Don't be offended when the baby gets over unwrapping after the second gift," declared a third.
A final critic wrote: "I'm just imagining how many batteries you'll be replacing, our toys all seem to go dead at the same time and suddenly I need multiple bulk packs of batteries at once."
Others, however, were a lot more supportive of the Christmas presents haul with one TikTok user writing: "Life is full of opportunities for everyone!! And its your choice at the end of the day. Spoil your loved ones. Your money, your life. Love this!"
A second added: "This is basically my daughter's first Christmas too, oh lord. Not too much at all mumma."
"Honestly, my daughter would have 3x this amount if I could afford it," a third chimed in. "You’re doing a great job and so is his grandmother.
"Ignore anyone who says otherwise and don’t ever apologise again for treating your own family the way you want to."
A fourth highlighted: "I don’t even think this is over the top. They are all smallish and books clothes etc stuff he will need."
"Love this," praised a final TikTok user. "I can’t wait to have a grandchild so I can do the same and spoil them."
What do you make of it?