In-law problems never seem to go away, do they?
And here’s another example for you to take a look at!
Is this woman wrong for uninviting her in-laws from all events?
Check out what she had to say and let us know what you think in the comments.
AITA for uninviting my SIL and MIL from everything and saying that if my husband continues to pressure me, he will also be uninvited?
“I am 7 months pregnant with my first child. The baby is also the first grandchild/nephew of my husband’s family which everyone is excited about.
I lost my mother and father to the pandemic, being an only child, so there’s not much of my family. Since the death of my parents (1 year ago), my husband’s family has welcomed me with open arms as part of them and I have become very close to my MIL and SIL.
I always wanted to have a gender reveal and I trusted my SIL to organize everything about this.
With 3 days to go before the party, I started to receive messages from all my husband’s relatives and even close friends congratulating me on my baby being a boy.
I went to ask what happened, my SIL confessed that she let it slip to my MIL and she told everyone the s** of the baby after knowing, because she couldn’t hold it and it took proportions beyond what they imagined. Nobody call me to tell this.
The party was canceled and I was heartbroken, as well as extremely hurt by the two of them.
Usually they accompanied me to the ultrasound, shopping for the baby’ room and my MIL would stay at the time of delivery.
But after this breach of trust, I stopped inviting them and asked them to respect my boundaries when they pressured me to go.
Honestly, I didn’t even send them the baby shower invite, because I really avoided contact with them as much as possible. Because everyone knew before me that it was a boy.
My husband started complaining that I was pushing them away because of a mistake that could happen and that I was being harsh.
Yesterday he brought up this and when I said that I still didn’t feel comfortable with them, he said “Soon you’ll tell me that my mother won’t be able to go to the birth “.
I think my face showed my response and he started saying I was being too hard on her because she was just excited and blabla.
I had my limit and said, “If you keep pushing me, it won’t just be your mother who won’t be on my labor. So either stop or you won’t come in.”
He started to say that I was crossing lines and that he had a right to have this moment. I was taking this with them too far.
He slept on the couch and doesn’t talk to me more than necessary.
Check out how folks reacted on Reddit.
This person said that what happened wasn’t a mistake and this woman is NTA.
Another Reddit user said this was private information and her in-laws are a**holes.
And this individual said she’s NTA…but her husband sounds terrible.
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