Bride Tries to Ban Fiancé’s 3-year-old Daughter From Attending Their Wedding, Says She Is Marrying Him And Not His Child


He was overjoyed that his baby girl would attend his wedding, but the lady deprived him of the opportunity to share this joy with her.

The day of one’s wedding is one of, if not the most, memorable days in one’s life. A lifelong marriage vow exchanged in front of all your loved ones is nothing short of happiness on earth. Despite this, today’s marriages face a number of obstacles that did not exist hundreds of years ago. Divorce and second (or third, fourth, etc.) marriages are quite common, and there is no doctrine associated with them. In cases where one spouse has a child from a prior marriage, the other may experience emotional instability.

A fiancée, on the other hand, did not want her husband’s kid to attend her wedding. It was a very special and significant day for the kid’s father, so she decided to share her feelings on Facebook as to why she didn’t want the three-year-old present. What should I say to my fiance if I do not want his daughter to attend our wedding? ‘No kids’ was on the invite, so I thought he’d understand, but he keeps bringing up her presence? “She wrote in the NZ Herald. “People keep asking me the same stupid a** questions, so I have decided to make some changes,” said the woman. Her daughter is three years old. I am not marrying his crotch goblin; I am marrying him. It was his mistake, not mine.”

It is absolutely her right to want or not want children in her life, however the husband’s decision to tell his daughter she would not be attending the wedding must have been heartbreaking. She acts in a way that indicates how she will act as the little girl’s stepmother in the future. Her fiancé’ was only thinking of himself as her future spouse, oblivious to the fact that he is also a parent. While he was overjoyed to have his baby attend his wedding, the woman was denying him the chance to express his delight.

When you marry someone, you also accept their past into your own life. The kid was clearly an important part of the couple’s life and the woman’s acceptance of her as a daughter would have meant a lot to her. Your fiance should make an effort to love the people that mean the most to you, right? The individuals who commented on the woman’s post felt that her fussing over her three-year-old attending her father’s wedding was a little excessive. Most people wondered how she would ever warm up to being a stepmother to that little girl after rejecting her presence on the most critical day of their relationship.

“Why marry someone with children if you don’t like children?””” they asked. „There are plenty of childless singles out there. After all, not all of us have children. Another person commented, “You marry a man’s family when you marry him, lady.” The fact that you call his kid a “crotch goblin” is a red flag, and he has to dump you.” Others pointed out that she knew her soon-to-be husband had a daughter, and still agreed to the wedding, knowing he would want her to be a part of everything they did. “He’ll still nurture and adore her, so either grow up and become a stepmother, which comes with the territory, or end the relationship if you can’t commit. She’s three years old, therefore, she’s still a toddler (nearly a child).” The comments implied that if the two of them marry, the young daughter would not have the best of circumstances to grow up in.


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