“Kids Don’t Get To Be Kids Anymore”: Parents Are Conflicted About This Family’s “Hygiene Budgets”


Chore lists and weekly allowances are common tools for teaching kids the value of boney, but one couple is going viral for their new, unorthodox approach to childhood finances.

Jess and Dub McCorkle, or @family.of.nomads, document their everyday life with their kids from the comfort of their RV.

Recently, they made headlines on the internet after they shared that their children, as young as nine years old, have quarterly budgets for hygiene products.

But people cant agree if this is a good idea or not.

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

Image credits: family.of.nomads

@family.of.nomads Replying to @ladysnowlefloreadoptee i don’t want my kids to grow up and be stressed over learning how to spend money. #budgetingtips #budgetingtiktok #financetiktok #teachingkidsaboutmoney ♬ Here Comes the Sun – Relaxing Instrumental Music
@family.of.nomads Replying to @Claudia clearing up ‘concerns’ from the previous video #budgeting #personalfinanceforkids ♬ Funny Song – Cavendish Music
@family.of.nomads Replying to @avafuoco ♬ Good Day – Nappy Roots

People on the internet have mixed reactions, some questioned the method:

Others believed it was a great idea:

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