I gave Louis Vuitton bags to my 3 year old – haters say she’s a spoiled brat
Some parents give the world to their children, others give them designer bags.
Christi Fritz, the mother of a 3-year-old girl, is feeling the heat on TikTok after revealing the toddler’s designer bag collection.
In an online bedroom tour video – during which she showed off her child’s glamorous, all-pink bedroom, complete with vanity and chandelier – eagle-eyed viewers spotted a stash of handbags from luxury on a shelf in the little girl’s dressing room.
In response to someone asking why Fritz would ever gift the bags to her young daughter, she explained that it’s best to “invest” in items that will last.
“She has three bags and honestly she has them because we think it’s better to invest in high quality bags that will last a long time,” Fritz says in voiceover for the music video, which has amassed over 3 million. dollars. views. “We bought the first two little ones from him, and the big one is actually my old one. She liked it, so I let her have it.
As usual, people had opinions to share in the comments below the video, including bashing Fritz for allowing his daughter to wear makeup at such a young age.
“Nicer room than mine. I don’t have a walk-in closet, a single bed, a normal ceiling fan, and bags that cost $10 at most,” one shocked viewer wrote. “I don’t think anyone has seen the chandelier.”
“When I was three I had one way bedding and a Claire’s handbag,” someone else added.
“Tell me you’re rich without telling me you’re rich,” sneered another.
“Where do I sign up to be your daughter?” someone else joked.
But some people defended the generous mother, chastising people for judging her parenting style and saying the daughter was just ‘loved’ and not ‘spoiled’.
“You seem like a nice mom, why is everyone in a rush, it’s not like the kid knows the difference, she just likes the bags,” someone wrote.
“Why are people mad,” another user commented. “She’s right, it’s better to invest in better quality items…these bags will last until she’s an adult.”
“Why do you all care how they raise their child? It’s not yours,” someone else argued.
Since the original video, Fritz filmed several follow-up clips, including a biting one at a troll who accused the toddler of growing up to be a “kid.”
“Right now she’s only 3, so,” the screen read. “She has no idea if the things we buy her are expensive or not.”
“She’s actually the sweetest and most grateful toddler!” Fritz concluded.