She Doesn’t Want Her Young Nephew Coming to Her Wedding. Is She Wrong?

You gotta trim down that guest list when it comes to your wedding

But what happens when you don’t want a kid that you happen to be related to at your wedding?

Hmmm…that’s tricky.

Take a look at this story from Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page and see if you think this woman is acting like a jerk.

AITA for not wanting to invite my 9 year old nephew to my wedding?

“My fiance and I both had a discuss and both agreed that we don’t want my nephew at our wedding which will be happening in 2 months.

The reason why is because my nephew is out of control, he doesn’t listen, can’t sit still for even a minute and is loud. My nephew even ruined my dress, I am a fashion designer and made my own wedding dress and one day my sister came over uninvited with my nephew and niece.

I invited them both in but told them all to not go in my office as I’m working on something in there (which was my dress) my nephew goes in there and cuts my dress with a pair of my fabric scissors on purpose while I was in the kitchen getting them some snacks and my niece was playing with my daughter. My sister didn’t even make him apologize and blamed it on me for leaving my scissor in the open in a room he wasn’t even supposed to be in.

There been many times where my nephew been ban from events because of his behaviour, my sister has a hard time even getting babysitters for him and my nephew even gotten suspended from school on multiple occasions, she still haven’t done anything about his behaviour.

When I told my sister she freaked out saying that if her son’s not allowed to go then she won’t be going and asked me if I was banning our brother’s son as well, she made a Facebook post about how I h**e my nephew and I’m not inviting him to my wedding over a dress and complained to our mom.

My mom agrees with my sister and says that it’s unfair for me to invite my niece but not my nephew and that I’m gonna make my nephew feel like there is something worng with him.

My brother agree with me and thinks it will make my sister think about actually doing something about her sons behavior rather then pretending like there is nothing worng.

I know how my nephew is and I don’t want his behaviour to risk a day I worked so hard in planning.

AITA here?”

See what Reddit users had to say about this story.

One person said she’s NTA and that she should take her sister up on her offer.

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And this individual said the kid is out of control and his mom is ignoring it.

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Another individual said that this kid is old enough to know better and he has some serious issues that need to be addressed.

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