UK mum who bought gifts for her girlfriends to give them as Christmas presents says ‘it’s just too hard’

A mum who said her girlfriends gifts for them to give to their boyfriends were “too hard” has come under fire after her family were left feeling “bored and lonely”.

The mother, from Manchester, said they spent the Christmas holidays in a room “completely unoccupied” and “not even close to what they wanted”.

The mum, who did not want to be named, told the BBC: “It’s just so hard.

I’ve been there before.

The mum said she bought her girls gifts for their boyfriend to give the gifts to. “

I just feel like we have so much to give and I feel like it’s just, we just can’t.”

The mum said she bought her girls gifts for their boyfriend to give the gifts to.

She said: “We just felt like it was too hard and they were just getting tired and bored and it was just just too much.”

She said they have now decided to buy presents for themselves.

“And I just can see how they feel when they see that the other person is getting the same presents.””

I think it’s so sad, but I think it would be a great Christmas if it was a family.””

And I just can see how they feel when they see that the other person is getting the same presents.”

I think it’s so sad, but I think it would be a great Christmas if it was a family.

She also said the gift shop was not working properly and said she was not getting her presents until next year. “

So I think that’s why they have to put their gifts in a box with a tag, so that when they get home, they can’t open it up.”

She also said the gift shop was not working properly and said she was not getting her presents until next year.

“It was a bit of a hassle but it was also a bit depressing.” “

The programme also revealed that a shop employee has been suspended and the shop’s manager has been called in for questioning.”

It was a bit of a hassle but it was also a bit depressing.”

The programme also revealed that a shop employee has been suspended and the shop’s manager has been called in for questioning.