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Woman asks if it's wrong to boycott sister's wedding if she's not a bridesmaid.

Woman asks if it's wrong to boycott sister's wedding if she's not a bridesmaid.

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Sisters fight. Whether it's over clothes, boys, or parents' attention, it's not rare for two sisters to be at odds with each other. Usually, siblings are quick to forgive and forget, but when one sister passes over another when choosing a bridesmaid... it's war.

Reddit user u/piperpoppy and her sister were close, or so she thought. She watched her kids and helped out whenever she could. Obviously, she assumed she would be a bridesmaid in her sister's upcoming wedding, but when the time came, she got majorly snubbed. With hurt feelings, this sister declined to attend the wedding at all.

Now she's asking the internet, "AITA (Am I The As*hole) for refusing to go to my sister's wedding after she didn’t pick me to be her bridesmaid?"

She writes:

My sister (27f) is getting married in October, and she and I (25f) were really close. So close, she moved out to the state I was living. Shortly after moving, my sister's first husband cheated and divorced her, leaving her and her two sons with nothing.

My sister got a job that had working nights and asked me to watch her sons from 2 PM-12 AM, with pay. I agreed. Well, as soon as I started watching her kids, she wasn’t coming home until 2-3 AM, and “couldn’t afford” to pay me.

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