The debate raises tobarns-mother Ann Hilde Bolstad from Ski in Norway, in a Facebook-posting.
She is in no way in doubt about what she seems.
'Dear advent calendar-police! You ask me if I'm done with julekalenderne (to my children, red.). Well, I will answer. I'm really, and it took me exactly two minutes,' she writes in the advertisement on Facebook, which is formulated as a conversation between two people.
the Reason that it only took Ann Hilde Boldstad two minutes to make pakkekalender to his children, is that she has chosen to do it in a somewhat unconventional and simplified way.
She bought two plates 200 grams chocolate from the Norwegian brand Freia - one for each of his children - which, incidentally, consists of 24 diamonds, chocolate. So she found a black magic marker, above, marked each of 24 panes to the outside of the bag and written the numbers one to 24.
On the way, get Ann Savoybetting Hilde Boldstads children a piece of milk chocolate every day until christmas, and she gets rid of having to out to purchase the 24 pieces of 'junk' - as she calls it - which, she neither believes, makes her the purse, the environment or her children happier.
In the Facebook-spread writes Ann Hilde Boldstad, who works as a children's author, also, she prefers quality time with your children than to spend several hours buying gifts and wrapping them.
She believes, moreover, that it can create a pressure on parents in the midst, to make costly pakkekalendere to his children - especially if you are sharing the pictures of them on Facebook.
"the Reality is, not all will or have the opportunity to buy expensive things or give many fine packages for his children every day," says Ann Hilde Boldstad to the Norwegian media, the Newspaper.
She stresses that she does not want to denigrate parents, who make pakkekalendere to his children, but merely encourage them to think about the fact that not everyone has the opportunity to make it so expensive and fine.Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 12:00