Tommy Little criticizes Carrie Bickmore's gifts for her son Ollie's 11th birthday.

I was not impressed: Tommy Little was very disappointed with Carrie Bickmore's birthday gifts for his son, Ollie

Tommy Little was very disappointed by Carrie Bickmore's birthday present for his son, Ollie, on his 11th birthday.

Instead of buying her son a Fortnite video game like the one he had requested, Carrie opted to buy the child a book and a board game.

Speaking on his FM radio show, Carrie & Tommy on Friday, Tommy said that his co-host's choice of gifts was "the worst gift of all time."

I was not impressed: Tommy Little was very disappointed with Carrie Bickmore's birthday gifts for his son, Ollie

I was not impressed: Tommy Little was very disappointed with Carrie Bickmore's birthday gifts for his son, Ollie

"I always tell him to get off Fortnite, and he already has his teammates, so I'll get him a board game, and then, when he leaves Fortnite, he has something to play with his teammates," Carrie explained.

But the co-host of the 37-year-old media personality said his choice of gift would ensure Ollie's friends keep their distance.

"They'll just never go home," joked Tommy, 33.

Even though Carrie tried to defend her gift, calling it a "fun game", Tommy insisted that she must have known it was "bad".

Gift Giver: Carrie - seen here with the children Ollie and Evie - bought her son a new grip for his tennis racket for his 11th birthday

Gift Giver: Carrie - seen here with the children Ollie and Evie - bought her son a new grip for his tennis racket for his 11th birthday

Gift Giver: Carrie – seen here with the children Ollie and Evie – bought her son a new grip for his tennis racket for his 11th birthday

He said it was not even the worst, because Carrie also bought her son a new handle for his tennis racket.

"All he did was replace the grip on his tennis racket, and then he wrapped up the whole tennis racket like it was a gift," he said.

Apparently stupefied by the fact that Carrie did not opt ​​for a new tennis racket, Tommy said he had often seen professional tennis players replace their racquet handles, and it did not seem that hard.

But Carrie said Ollie was really "very excited" about his seemingly muted gifts.

Impressed: "All he did was replace the grip on his tennis racket, and then he wrapped the whole tennis racket like it was a gift," Tommy told Carrie during his radio show.

Impressed: "All he did was replace the grip on his tennis racket, and then he wrapped the whole tennis racket like it was a gift," Tommy told Carrie during his radio show.

Impressed: "All he did was replace the grip on his tennis racket, and then he wrapped the whole tennis racket like it was a gift," Tommy told Carrie during his radio show.

However, Tommy did not agree, and said that the other children at school probably expected him to have really incredible gifts, given who his mother is.

But Carrie explained her reasoning behind her humble gifts.

& # 39; This child has many amazing things. Many of them are courtesy of the fact that they send me things that he receives … I do not want him to be a spoiled right, "he said.

He also explained that they were not his only birthday gifts: he had also been endowed with an "experience," which Carrie said was "a much better gift to him than just buying him more things he did not really need."

Reasons: & # 39; This child receives many incredible things. Many of them are courtesy of the fact that they send me things that he receives ... I do not want him to be a spoiled right, "explained Carrie.

Reasons: & # 39; This child receives many incredible things. Many of them are courtesy of the fact that they send me things that he receives ... I do not want him to be a spoiled right, "explained Carrie.

Reasons: & # 39; This child receives many incredible things. Many of them are courtesy of the fact that they send me things that he receives … I do not want him to be a spoiled right, "explained Carrie.

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