Mom asked online if she was wrong to bring her 10-month-old to a childless wedding

Whether or not to bring children – and especially babies – to weddings can be a very delicate matter. Either way, there are good arguments to be made. However, when a happy couple explicitly asks their guests not to bring their children, it’s usually best to grant their wish. It’s their wedding day, after all. And they give everyone a lot of notifications to find a babysitter. Heck, some other guests might have hired certified professionals for their kids!

Redditor u/babyweddingthrowaway Reveals What Happens When Guests Don’t Think About It they are subject to the rules. She reached out to the AITA community for their opinion on whether she was a jerk by bringing her 10-month-old baby to her cousin’s wedding despite everyone being asked not to.

Scroll down to read the full story from the new mom and see how other netizens reacted to the whole drama. Oh, and when you’re done, we’d love to hear from you Pandas. Who do you think was wrong? How would you handle the situation? Are you getting married soon? Tell us all about it in the comments.

Usually, newlyweds tell their guests if they can bring their children to the wedding.

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In some cases, the guests do not obey. Here is one mother’s story of what happened when she brought her child to the ceremony.

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The AITA community is damn unusual to be so unanimous in their YTA verdicts. In this particular case, a huge number of Reddit users thought that mom was obviously wrong because she did something that parents were asked not to do. She brought her child. The ceremony was interrupted by a child. And what the couple feared happened.

The redditor’s defense was that she responded to the invitation and told her cousin that she would still bring the baby. The groom and his bride no longer said no to her because they didn’t want to start the drama. Meanwhile, some other guests were upset because they thought the redditor was given “special treatment.”

In short, this whole situation shows what happens when even one person thinks that he is above the general rules. We absolutely adore kids at weddings and we have parents who want to love and protect their Munchkins, but at the end of the day, if it’s a wedding without children, it’s a wedding without children. And demanding exceptions when others are in the same boat as you sounds a little selfish.

Previously, Anna and Sarah, leaders of The Wedding Society, emphasized that which is very important to respect the wishes of the newlyweds.

“Whether children of a certain age are welcome, only certain children of a few family members and friends, or no children at all,” guests must honor the couple’s wishes for children at the ceremony.

“Please don’t take it personally with the inclusion or exclusion of your toddlers (especially if the couple doesn’t have kids of their own to fully understand your situation) and remember, it’s fun to bring your toddlers with you to the party. , this is also a great opportunity to have a fun evening if you are asked to leave them with a nanny!” Anna and Sarah said that parents should be keen to consider some of the positive aspects of getting married without children. This is an opportunity to spend time with your partner, friends and family. This is a date in disguise.

“For married couples, etiquette can be tricky. Newborns really need to be with their parents, so please don’t ask babies under a few months old to stay at home. It’s perfectly reasonable to ask parents of older children to take the day off and leave them with a nanny, but the most honest way to do this is to set a general rule for everyone, rather than choosing which kids can come and who can. t.”

The vast majority of Internet users condemned what mom did. That’s what they said was wrong with her behavior

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