Would They Be Wrong if They Brought Their Daughter to a Childfree Wedding? People Responded.

I’m all for childfree weddings!

But that’s just me…and I can see how it could be annoying if you had kids who are ALMOST adults and they’re not allowed to go…

Y’all ready for another great story from Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page?

Let’s dig in!

WIBTA for bringing my daughter to a child free wedding?

“My brother is having a wedding soon.

The invite he sent to my family specifies that the wedding is child free and 18+. I have 2 daughters (twins). However they have different birthdays due to them being born a few minutes apart (“Jenna” was born a few minutes before midnight and ”Brenda“ was born shortly after midnight).

The wedding is on the day of the Jenna’s birthday, so my older daughter ( Jenna) will be of age while my younger (Brenda) will not. I know it would be disrespectful to bring Brenda to the wedding since she’ll only be 17. But on the other hand, it seems unfair that Brenda will be unable to go while her twin sister will.

I talked to my brother and he said that the rules are the rules and it would be unfair if Brenda were to some since he has another 17 year old niece who won’t be allowed so it wouldn’t be fair to allow one 17 year old niece but not the other.

Brenda is upset that she isn’t included in the wedding. So WIBTA if I brought her along for the wedding against my brother’s wishes?”

Check out what Reddit users had to say.

This reader said that they shouldn’t even go to the wedding at all.

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Another individual agreed and also added that rules are rules…

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And this Reddit user said her brother is ridiculous and they should make him come crawling back.

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