Totally understandable, it is their wedding day after all. But the no-kids rule usually only extends to guests – not the groom. When one bride ranted about not wanting to invite her fiancé’s three-year-old daughter to their wedding, no one was on her side. The bride-to-be was slammed not only for wanting to ban the child from the event but for the barrage of names she called the youngster. Posting on a wedding shaming group on social media, she wanted advice on how to get around uninviting her.
The poster was called a ‘te-rrible human being’ for wanting to exclude a little girl from her dad’s big day. She wrote on the group: ‘How do I tell my fiancé I don’t want his daughter at our wedding? I put “no kids” on the invites so I thought he’d get the point, but he keeps mentioning her being there?’ ‘Edit because people keep asking me the same questions,’ she added. ‘She’s three. I am marrying him not his crotch goblin. That’s his mistake, not mine. ‘I don’t want her there because she’s needy and makes everything about her and I said no to kids!
‘If you don’t have nice to say or any advice then scroll on!’ The mean post was met with tonnes of c-riticism saying she was ‘dis-gusting’ to use those terms for a child. The post received over 1,000 comments from people condemning the user. One person wrote: ‘This makes me want to cry,’ while another said: ‘This marriage (if it happens) is going to end quick or last way too long the entire time’. Others b-lasted her for wondering why a three-year-old is needy. One person wrote: ‘I’m childfree and I think this is absolutely abhorrent.
‘If you don’t want to be in a partner’s kid’s life, don’t be with that person at all! When I was single I had a strict no dating parents policy for this reason.’ The post was later shared on Reddit, where it received similar c-riticism. Most people poked fun at the bride-to-be for being shocked at the three-year-old child being needy. ‘Selfish toddlers always making everything about them,’ wrote one person while another quipped: ‘D-ead beat three-year-olds. Probably hasn’t ever even held a steady job and will be forced to live at home for the foreseeable future.’
‘Some kids demand multiple meals a day!’ wrote another. ‘My dog only needs one bowl of kibble a day and she’s bigger than any toddler. If a toddler can’t get by on a bowl of kibble that’s too bad.’
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