An Australian mother has shocked the internet by revealing the endless Christmas presents she has bought for her three young children.

Kristy Nowak stored the gifts across 14 cupboards in the family home, including bikes, video games and stuffed toys.

They were bought over five months and when placed together, almost filled an entire room, shares Daily Mail.

The haul is estimated to have cost the mother $3,000 Australian dollars.

Some users of a mother’s Facebook group expressed their shock at the ‘amazing’ Christmas present haul – while others questioned whether she had gone too far.

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Kristy shared the video and pictures of the Christmas haul to a mother’s group, saying: ‘Finally emptied my Christmas cupboards to see what I’ve collected over the last few months… did I mention that I LOATHE wrapping presents.

‘Super grateful to have all this for my three crotch demons but f**k.’

However, some were quick to criticise her for her extreme present haul.

‘Oh dear… a bit much. I’d be saving for some birthdays,’ shared one, while another stated ‘that’s ridiculous’.

But Kristy was quick to silence the haters, stating she wouldn’t let society ‘guilt trip’ her for showering her children in gifts.

‘Society will try let you believe there is [something wrong with spoiling your kids] or try guilt trip you for it [sic],’ she said.

Share your comments below

  • She is overdoing it but that’s how she wants to spend her money.


  • She’ll need to buy a bigger house to fit everything in.

    • Yes, that’s what I thought too ! And who’s gonna tidy it all ?


  • Well that’s taking things to the extreme, not something I would do but each to their own.


  • Her choice, not mine lol !


  • Wow, that’s probably way too much.


  • this is ridiculous. They’ll never learn to be grateful and they’ll never play with it all!


  • Each to their own but definitely not something we would do. I prefer to spend quality family time and teach them about the real meaning of Christmas. Mine still get a few presents but they have more fun playing with the wrapping paper than the toys inside.


  • It’s her money so she can spoil her children as much as she wants. Just makes it a bit hard for other family members to know what to buy for them.


  • i agree with her. I feel no guilt for buying heaps for Christmas. We only have one child and while we dont have heaps of money we pick up things throughout year, laybuy, after or zip pay.
    Whats so wrong with going nuts one day a year? Its not a daily, weekly or monthly thing


  • I’ve brought presents for the homeless can’t wait to see there faces.


  • Her money and her family. Not for me – we do not overdo presents.

    • I cannot imagine there is anything left for Santa to deliver! ;)


  • I always wind up buying one or two more things than I really need… But this s excessive.


  • can she be my mum, pretty please


  • This is beyond stupid. I’d rather invest that much money into quality items that my kids can use for years to come. I understand wanting to spoil them at Christmas but with this many gifts it’s a good bet that most of them will be forgotten within a week. I don’t understand this drive to give as many gifts as you can, why not give them a few things that they really want, will be treasured and put that extra cash into some family time instead?


  • Each to their own! She’s the 1 who has to live with all the stuff in her house and the kids not putting it away


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