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Get her a collar for her wedding gift lol.
F**k I crack myself up
Her wedding her choice. BTW I think it's stupid, but it's her wedding her choice, just like when she becomes a parent, it's her choice how she parents
I'm guessing she's the type of person to call a dog a 'fur baby'? That fu****g shits me that people compare an animal to a baby. No you don't love a dog more than you would a child, its a dog. For what it's worth I think she's an idiot, a rude one too. Can you take your kids to the ceremony and not the reception or nothing at all? That's really sad your sister didn't want family there.
Hint. It's not about you.
It's her wedding her choice. I understand this because the last thing you want on your wedding day is to be chasing after kids. At my wedding I will be having close children at ceremony - Mine and my sister's. (Small wedding anyway) but I dont think I will have my kids or kids at the reception as there will be drinking and adults letting loose.
To each their own. If you object, don't go. Animals cam be leashed, penned, or crated to control them if they behave disruptively. Children often run wild at these types of events. Not everything is appropriate for children.
I totally understand the "child-free" wedding scenario. Having her dogs there, meh... that's her choice, not something I would do. But I can definitely understand the child-free thing.
Doesnt sound like dogs are invited but kids arent. Shes having her dogs there. She hast invited everyones dogs. Lots of people have child free weddings. I had kids at mine but im pretty inclusive generally and think along the lines if 'the more the merrier'. I totally respect other child free weddings ive been to and go and enjoy the night off! I dont see it as a big deal. Sometimes its a pain if you cant get a babysitter but you usually get plently of notice and can work something out. Babies are an exception though. I yook my baby to 2 weddings without even mentioning it yo the bride
My sister had a child free wedding which meant that my kids her niece and nephew didn't go. Now she has her own kids she goes ape shit when they are excluded from not only family functions but friends ones as well.
Her wedding her choice. You can be mad but at the end of the day it's her wedding. Enjoy a night off.
I totally understand!! My sister in law got married in Rarotonga last year. We paid 8k to go. Our two kids (7 & 9) weren't allowed to attend even though the ceremony was on a public beach and people swam up and watched. My hubby wanted to not go but it wasn't worth the drama that would have occurred if we didn't go to his sisters wedding. He made it very well known to her that we were upset with her decision and not to expect any different when she has children. Just go, do what needs to be and leave.
My niece excluded my kids but allowed some kids on his side. I still went to the wedding but refused the tea ceremony. When she said you are invited to that, I said my limited understanding of Chinese culture is a tea ceremony is for close family members. I do not attend family things without my kids as they are part of my family, don't worry you will understand once you have your own children. When her baby was one month old my other niece was getting married and refused to allow her to bring the baby so she refused to go to the wedding. I said see now you understand and she agreed.
I stick by my childfree wedding. Only exception was a baby. A baby is attached to its mum or in a pram all night. Not the same thing as having a toddler or kids at all.