It's very common for young children to pretend to have relationships. After all, most grown ups they see have husbands or wives, boyfriends or girlfriends. We don't bat an eye at them pretending to be going to work and many of us don't mind when they refer to a friend as a "boyfriend" either.
After all, they're five, it's not like they'll be getting up to anything we'd be uncomfortable with.
North West, Kim Kardashian's eldest child, is five years old and like many others, she has a boyfriend.
Unlike many others though, her boyfriend has his own Instagram account and some posts have raised more than a few eyebrows.
Caiden Mills is the seven-year-old son of rapper Consequence. He's adorable and his Instagram posts are so cute.
"Boo'd up," one post proclaims. It's the exact kind of thing you can expect from a young boy emulating his father.
Considering Valentine's Day is the day of love, it's no surprise that Caiden posted another romantic picture to the social media site.
Carrying a gift bag and a box of chocolate. North is a lucky little girl!
However there's a fine line when playing pretend and it'll be up to his dad and Kim Kardashian to decide where that is.
For me, I'd say buying Tiffany's jewelry is past that line.
"Shout out to Northie, Babygirl I'll see you soon," he wrote while posing with a Tiffany's gift bag. He followed it up with several kiss emojis, and those better be the only kisses that young lady is getting.
It's easy to assume that the bag is empty. Caiden wouldn't be the first man to embellish his gifts a little bit.
However it doesn't look like that's the case.
Expensive jewelry is a luxury that celebrities like Kardashian can afford, but it seems to be just a little too much when their children, who are still very much children, are spending thousands on each other.
I'm not just saying that because my Valentine's gift was a box of discount chocolate almonds that I already ate and had to buy myself.
Caiden is a very cute little boy and lord knows he's probably destined to be a ladykiller, but he's still a little boy. I think his parents should step in and show him that you buy a gift with your heart, not your wallet.