A lot of 'waaa' going on Christmas morning, from both kids and parents.

Hatchimals. They were one of the hottest gifts to get kids this Christmas. Everyone was selling out of them, parents were paying hundreds of dollars for them online and even the Quad Cities had to get an extra shipment the week of Christmas to supply the demand.

For some consumers, their hard work and hard earned money to obtain a Hatchimal didn't pay off in the long run. Some Hatchimals are sadly, duds.

In an article from CNN.com,

"Unfortunately, with toys that incorporate a high level of technology, there are also some cases where the product may not perform as well as expected," said a spokesperson for Spin Master, Hatchimals' parent company. "We are committed to doing everything possible to resolve these issues."

Spin Master has taken to Twitter to respond to all the comments.