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Man asks if he's wrong to leave sister's wedding when he was asked to babysit.

Man asks if he's wrong to leave sister's wedding when he was asked to babysit.

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The decision to invite young children to a wedding can be a divisive topic, as many parents think every member of their family should be included while couples getting married don't want a screaming infant interrupting their vows...

So, when a conflicted brother-of-the-bride decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not he was wrong to ditch his sister's wedding after he was expected to babysit, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for walking out of my sister's wedding after she tried to use me as free childcare?

A few months ago my (31M) sister (29F) announced that she was going to get married. The planning process took a while but the date and venue were agreed on. Now, my sister has a baby (1M) that just loves to cry. He cries all the time, unless someone takes him outside for fresh air.

So a few days ago the wedding started. Because I was out of town, I missed the night before the wedding (basically a get-together period for family members and a big party) but showed up for the ceremony and reception.

Sources: Reddit
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