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Man asks if it's wrong to cancel plans whenever friend brings his child.

Man asks if it's wrong to cancel plans whenever friend brings his child.

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We all know how hard it is for parents to get out and enjoy themselves. So is it a crappy move to ditch your parent friends when they say they're bringing their kids?

A man took to Reddit to ask if he was the a-hole in exactly such a situation. His friend has a habit of announcing that he's bringing his partner and child along to social occasions at the last minute — and this guy's sick of it. He asked the internet for advice on whether he's in the wrong.

Here's the story.

He and his friends made a beach date:

Hello, I’ll try and make this short and sweet. I (18m) planned to go to the beach with my friends (18m, 17m, 18f) yesterday. It was cold but nice and seemed like the perfect weather for surfing.

And then they found out about some last-minute additions:

However, before I left the house, my friend “Jay” announced to the group chat that he’d invited his girlfriend “Ellie” and their toddler with us. Honestly, I know how these things go, the day ends up revolving around whether the kid is too warm or too cold or needs a nap, so I made up an excuse not to go and stayed at home with my dog all day.

Sources: Reddit
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