A little boy in Brooklyn is a huge SpongeBob fan and he went a little overboard to treat himself to some sweets based on his favorite character. Noah is only four-years-old, but he managed to order himself 26-hundred of SpongeBob SquarePants popsicles on Amazon. His mom, Jennifer Bryant, was already scrambling to figure out how to pay for them (on top of all her family’s expenses and student loans as she pursues her master’s degree in social work, but really lost her cool after finding out Amazon won’t issue a refund! That’s when her friend and fellow grad school student, Katie Schloss, stepped in to help. She created a GoFundMe to help the struggling mom of three cover the cost of Noah’s spending spree. She writes that the “truly adorable” SpongeBob diehard bought $2,618.15 worth of the frozen treats and “had them sent to his Auntie’s house.” Schloss explains, “In case you were wondering, that’s 51 cases, containing 918 popsicles.” And thanks to the generosity of donors, the popsicle debt has been paid off. The GoFundMe campaign has blown past its goal of $2,619 and has brought in more than $67-hundred in just three days. The grateful mother of three posted her thanks on the fundraiser’s page and says the surplus will go “toward education and additional supports” for her Noah, who is living with Autism Spectrum Disorder.