She Doesn’t Want His 8-Month Old Sister at Their Wedding Because She Wants the Ceremony to be Child-Free – Is She Wrong?

A woman recently got into a heated argument with her fiance and her in-laws after she refused to accommodate their 8-month-old baby at her wedding. Here’s what she had to say.

The couple planned their wedding

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The 25-year-old woman and her 23-year-old fiancé were planning their wedding, which was scheduled for April. 

The planning had gone smoothly since he had proposed the previous March, and she had been taking care of all the details. 

They discussed not allowing kids at the wedding

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“One big rule that I had was no kids, I’ve discussed this with him, and he was fine,” she said.

They then agreed that no children under 13 would be allowed to attend the wedding. 

The couple had three siblings; the woman’s brother, who was 13, and her fiancé’s two sisters, aged 20 and 8 months.

Her fiance decided he wasn’t happy about the new rule

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Everything seemed fine until the fiancé discovered there were no baby accommodations at the wedding. The woman said that she hadn’t even known that baby accommodations existed for weddings.

She argued with her fiancé

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When her fiancé confronted her about his baby sister attending, she explained that the baby couldn’t come because of their no-kids rule. 

The fiancé argued that the rule applied to guests, not family members. 

The woman defended her decision

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“I love his baby sister, she’s very cute, but she’s a colic baby. I believe that’s what they call it. She cries and cries all day long. It was so bad, me and my boyfriend moved out of his parents’ house,” the woman said.

Her future in-laws got angry

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The fiancé’s family started calling the woman names for not allowing the baby to attend the wedding. 

However, she felt that she would probably only have one wedding and didn’t want it to be interrupted by a crying baby during their vows. 

Others shared their opinions about her decision

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The fiancé’s other sister agreed with the woman’s decision and suggested that her parents hire a babysitter for the day.

But the woman’s parents believed that she should allow the baby to attend, especially since her brother, who was close to the age limit, would also be there. 

Did she make the right decision?

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Her fiance’s parents promised to keep the baby quiet throughout the ceremony, but the woman put her foot down because the baby cried constantly.

She did not want to fall out with her fiance’s parents, so the woman asked the internet for advice.

People Responded

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One user replied, “Personally, I wouldn’t want kids at mine as well. It doesn’t matter if they are related or not.”

Someone else said, “A compromise might be that there’s a babysitter on site who keeps the baby during the ceremony and who can bring her into the reception for pictures and a dose of cute but remove her if she starts crying.”

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