Utah girl does bad, then good
Katelyn Lunt must love Barbie a lot. Unbeknownst to her mother, Catherine, the 6-year-old ordered $350 worth of toys and most of them were Barbie dolls. Katelyn’s family was unaware of her Amazon exploits until a delivery driver arrived outside their Utah home a couple of weeks ago and began unloading what seemed like a never-ending stream of boxes. Katelyn’s older cousin Ria Diyaolu explained: “Her mom went on her Amazon account and saw three pages of things she had ordered. She knew exactly what she was doing when she did it. I was so surprised that a 6-year-old knew how to do one-click, next-day shipping.”
This story has a happy ending though… Katelyn chose to donate all of the toys to the Children’s Hospital where she stayed for a week when she was a baby.
“When I left the room, she went crazy,” Katelyn Lunt’s mom told HuffPost. https://t.co/jqIWPqq2wY
— HuffPost Parents (@HuffPostParents) August 15, 2018
It’s a scenario that gives any parent sweaty palms–getting stuck with the tab after a child makes a large purchase online without asking. That happened to the Lunt family in Weber County, and 6-year-old Katelyn was all smiles…@KSL5TV #Utah
Photojournalist: Mike DeBernardo pic.twitter.com/w06iFyV5HY
— Andrew Adams (@AndrewAdamsKSL) August 15, 2018
After 6-year-old Katelyn spent a day doing extra chores around the house, mom Catherine Lunt surprised her by ordering a Barbie doll from Amazon — a token of appreciation for a job well done. But crafty Katelyn was so filled with excitement that she soo… https://t.co/A5tYdIeBmf pic.twitter.com/dMIkn15sTV
— PregnancyBeyond (@PregnanC_beyond) August 17, 2018
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