Christmas is a special time for children. Along with Santa, elders in the family also lavish the children with gifts to show their love and affection.
However, how can we draw a line between giving our children just what they need and spoiling them?
Go through the pages of this ClipBook to know how to avoid spoiling kids during Christmas.
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