Mom Buys Her Kids Vending Machine To Teach Them About Business

Ciearra Baker, a mompreneur from St. Louis, Missouri, decided to buy a vending machine as a gift for her two young kids
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When Ciearra Baker, a mompreneur from St. Louis, Missouri, decided to buy a vending machine as a gift for her two young kids to start teaching them about entrepreneurship, she had no idea that it would be controversial.

When she posted about it on social media, her post drew mixed reactions from her followers. Some of them criticizing her decision while others praised her for her unique and practical gift idea.

"Let's not handicap these kids making their lives easy.. I'm not buying toys my kids most definitely will understand life is not easy and making the right choices with money & etc... So I came up with the idea to invest in vending machine for the kids as Christmas gift. #Young bosses in the making," Baker wrote on her Facebook post. Read more.

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