Weddings are stressful, no one will ever argue that. Especially figuring out your guest list. Inviting kids to a wedding is one of the biggest fights couples have. But in certain circumstances, not having kids at the wedding isn't an option. Namely when the kid is the child of one (or both) of the people getting married. Apparently there's a bride out there who missed the memo that if your groom has a kid, they're going to want them at the wedding.
Someone on Reddit shared a screenshot from a Facebook post by a very frustrated bride. She was asking her friends for advice on how to tell her fiance she doesn't want his daughter at the wedding. "I put 'no kids' on the invites so I thought he'd get the point, but he keeps mentioning her being there??" she writes.
Apparently people kept asking the same questions, because the post is amended with some details. "She's 3. I am marrying him not his crotch goblin. That's his mistake not mine. I don't want her there because she's needy asf and makes everything about her AND I said no f***ing kids!" she adds. Obviously, her response is concerning, especially when she calls her future stepdaughter a "crotch goblin." Whether or not she likes it, that little girl is about to be apart of her family. And many of the Reddit commenters are just as concerned as the original poster.
"I honestly hope he sees this and dumps her sorry a**. He and his kid are better off without the wicked stepmother," one person writes. Many agree, though one user believes he knows and is "too afraid to do anything about it."
There are actually multiple Reddit threads dedicated to this particular post, so there are a bunch of people publicly roasting this woman. "Imagine being salty because you think a 3 year old is going to make your wedding about her," someone writes.
Others make the excellent point that she knew her fiance had a child before they got engaged. So, she knew what she was getting herself into ahead of time. "Why marry someone with kids if you don't like kids? There are plenty of single, childless people out there. We don't all have children," one commenter writes.
We don't know what happened, but we can't help but wonder!
READ NEXT: 10 Tips On Becoming A Step-Parent