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Mom shares her 9-year-old's highly 'delulu' Christmas list and there's 'not even a single toy on it'

A mom reveals her 9-year-old daughter's delusional and overly ambitious Christmas wishlist, where she innocently asks for expensive gifts.

Mom shares her 9-year-old's highly 'delulu' Christmas list and there's 'not even a single toy on it'
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000

Children have a very innocent view of the world and from such a perspective, very funny incidents can take place. Annabel Macias Havill (@cocobelle2000), a mother to an adorable 9-year-old daughter, put up a video sharing her child's "delulu" Christmas list. The hilarious video with a text overlay reading, "My delulu 9-year-old's Christmas list" has got 102.1K likes and 5381 comments on the platform. Havill begins the video by sharing how her kid seems to think her family lives in a "different tax bracket."

Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000
Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000

The woman tells viewers that she would share a few items that the girl put up on her wishlist to prove her point. The first item that viewers see is a very bland-looking brown shoes that are priced at a whopping $110. The second item also happens to be shoes, which are priced higher at $122. After this, viewers get to see what appear to be multiple products.

Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000
Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000

Havill remarks, "I don't know what this is. But I don't want anything like this for $42." The next item is what appears to be plain black leggings. Viewers would naturally be shocked by the girl's next request, which is for an Apple Watch priced at $349. Seeing this, her mother comments, "This girl is nuts. She's nine." Her Christmas list does not end there and she also puts up a request for a skincare kit, which costs $85.

Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000
Image Source: TikTok | @cocobelle2000

The mother is definitely not going to get the daughter that and shares how she uses Nivea on her face. Havill concludes, "I don't think she's gotten the memo about inflation and the economy right now." She also added how there was "not a single toy" on her daughter's long list. The daughter's wish list proved to be quite interesting for people on the site and they shared their thoughts in the comments.

 

Image Source: TikTok | @mang0nectar
Image Source: TikTok | @mang0nectar

 

Image Source: TikTok | @asj0991
Image Source: TikTok | @asj0991

@user0ll0l said, "I keep seeing moms post their kids' wishlists and the items are all so similar. The influencers are really influencing these days." @zeperandazmyth suggested, "Get them an Amazon gift card with the budget you would have had and let them choose and see the prices themselves." @adri_behnke shared, "My kids don't have screen time at all and still ask for some of these things. A lot of the kids in their school have these things and it baffles me."

Image Source: TikTok | @thepeasefamily
Image Source: TikTok | @thepeasefamily

In fact, kids seem to be taking a more proactive approach when it comes to asking for gifts this Christmas season. TikTok has seen a huge influx of videos where children can be seen presenting their parents with the items that they want from Santa. A video posted by The Pease Family (@thepeasefamily) showcases their daughter giving a PowerPoint presentation on the television. The whole clan is seen to be sitting comfortably on the couch to see what she wants.

Image Source: TikTok | @thepeasefamily
Image Source: TikTok | @thepeasefamily

She began by stating that she wanted a gigantic cat, despite her father pointing out that the family already had a cat. Her demands included a headset, a panini maker, 12 Jolly Rancher candy canes, a Grinch costume, and slime. Her mother only firmly objected to slime, stating, "There'll be no slime in this house." She concluded her elaborate presentation with a final request for a dinosaur costume and said, "Okay, that's my 2023 Christmas wish list."

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