The process of gift-giving and choosing thoughtful presents for your loved ones can be incredibly fun and gratifying, but when it becomes a financial competition or the material items take away from the spirit of the season, it's disappointing. Kids who are spoiled often show their true colors during the holidays, and if your child doesn't respect your rules as a parent enough to not open the presents you bought for them before they're given to them, you might need to reconsider how you run your household. Parents should be able to have a package delivered their house without their 11-year-old violating their privacy and unboxing it before Christmas morning on the off-chance it's a gift for them.
So, when an angry mom decided to consult the internet's moral compass otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about a conflict with her sister-in-law and an expensive broken "you break it, you buy it" Christmas present for her kids, people were quick to deem a verdict.