Is honesty always the best policy? Does a bystander have a responsibility to speak up for somebody does something that could possibly harm a child?
These are the important moral questions weighed in the latest juicy "Am I The A**hole?" post, which involves an absurd baby name you'd expect from a celebrity.
A woman is looking for affirmation from the internet that she did the write thing by telling her sister-in-law who had just given birth not to name the baby "Alibi."
Alibi, as in, "an excuse usually intended to avert blame or punishment." Is that a bad name, or the worst name?
Ok so looking for outside judgment because I do feel bad about upsetting her still.
Last weekend I joined a family zoom call where my brother and SIL (sister-in-law) wanted to announce their new baby’s name after spending nearly a month brainstorming. My parents and other siblings were also there along with their SOs.