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Mom asks if she's wrong to give back baby gifts with 'offensive sayings.'

Mom asks if she's wrong to give back baby gifts with 'offensive sayings.'

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When you have a new baby, gifts are aplenty — but sometimes they're a little off.

A new mom recently took to Reddit to ask for advice after her in-laws gave her a bunch of onesies with rude, vulgar sayings on them. Should she return the gifts to sender, or just quietly pack them away never to be seen again? It's an etiquette conundrum.

The mom specifies that her family is v Southern (although let's be real, crude jokes thrive in pretty much every region of the world):

I am a new mom of a one-month old. He is me and my husbands first baby and the first grandbaby on my husband’s side.

We are from America and grew up in the deep south and are his family is very Southern™.

The baby clothes they bought her don't "translate" to her tastes:

His sister and mom bought us a TON of baby clothes. I appreciate it, but a lot of their humor/style doesn’t translate over to what I want my son wearing. For instance we have a camo onesie with orange trim. I put that on him sometimes and it’s cute, but not something I’d pick.

Sources: Reddit
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