By Economic Exile
Well, last night I was shocked.
I only have one nephew and his offspring. Yep, I’m a great aunt. As an aside I always just sign my name on cards etc with no title!
Anyway. Unavoidably I had to attend for present showing and birthday cake for my great nephew.
The present showing was no surprise. At a guess more than £1k in presents. Paid for with no debt so that’s not an issue, but did he need the stuff? Utter madness IMO. At least the birthday boy was very happy though!
A real shocker for me was that his sibling had, guessing, gifts at a cost of £400.
WTF? It wasn’t her birthday!
What I found truly shocking about the situation was that the (under ten year old) sibling was a totally obnoxious little shit. Totally ungrateful for her expensive gifts and seemed unhappy about not being in the limelight.
Is this a new thing regarding giving presents for other siblings when it’s not their birthday? Or is it just my family
Over £1k on birthday presents seems excessive to me when it’s your actual birthday. Around £400 spent when you’re just a sibling and it’s not your birthday
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