Editor’s note: Katia Hetter writes about travel, parenting and culture for CNN.com.
They are the parents who canceled Christmas.
John and Lisa Henderson of Hurricane, Utah, had finally had enough of their little hurricanes.
For months, the couple had been trying to teach their three boys, ages 11, 8 and 5, stop being disrespectful and acting entitled.
“We gave them good warning, either it was time for their behavior to change or there would be consequences,” wrote Lisa Henderson, co-founder of the Over the Big Moon blog, in a recent post.
“We patiently worked with them for several months and guess what, very little changed. One day after a particularly bad display of entitlement John said, ‘We should just cancel Christmas.’ ”
And that’s what they did.
Santa isn’t coming to the Henderson house this year.
The family is taking the money that would have been spent on gifts and…
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