Kids are often adorable, funny, and inspiring to be around! Even people who don't want to have children of their own can be charmed by a particularly endearing niece or nephew. Still, it's difficult to watch a parent (especially when they're a family member) refuse to discipline their children or teach them manners. Children that can't be around adults without breaking valuable items, causing a scene, or screaming about something not going their way are never invited back to the holidays.
So, when a recent Reddit user asked "Am I the As*hole?" about a conflict she got into about her cousin's children, people were ready to deem a moral verdict.
I (F35) don't like kids and never want any. My cousin (F32) has 5. She dropped out of college and had her first kid at 20, and her youngest at 28. She just cannot wrap her head around why I never want kids and is always asking when I plan to get married and pregnant. I've told her several times that while both my partner and I plan to marry in a the future, neither of us wants kids. She always brushes it aside with "oh you'll change your mind". I'd avoid this person completely, but I do run into her when I visit my grandfather.