Someecards Logo
ADVERTISING
Woman asks if she was wrong to not let cousin announce pregnancy at her baby shower.

Woman asks if she was wrong to not let cousin announce pregnancy at her baby shower.

ADVERTISING

Throwing a party to celebrate a life achievement or something you're happy about is a perfectly acceptable thing to do. There are some people that think it's okay to use someone else's party to shine attention on something you've achieved or are proud of. If you want to see how these two sides fair when they're pitted against each other the internet has got you.

On a popular Reddit thread in the Am I the A**shole Subreddit a woman asks if she was wrong to not let her entitled cousin use her baby shower to announce her own pregnancy.

AITA for not allowing my cousin to announce her pregnancy at my baby shower for my rainbow baby?

This setup is ripe for someone to come along and ruin it.

My husband and I are finally expecting our rainbow baby after years of infertility and multiple miscarriages. It's safe to say we and our family are very freaking excited! My mother is probably the most excited. She's been planning our baby shower and making decorations for months. She's been the biggest help during this exciting, yet scary pregnancy.

Uh-oh, spicy.

A few weeks ago, my aunt told my mother and I that my cousin is pregnant. We are very happy for her. However, my aunt said their plan is to announce her pregnancy at my baby shower since we are having a big party. She said it's not a big deal and we both can share the day.

© Copyright 2022 Someecards, Inc

ADVERTISING
Featured Content