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Woman asks if she's wrong for telling MIL she's not here to babysit husband.

Woman asks if she's wrong for telling MIL she's not here to babysit husband.

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Dividing up household chores and childcare can be a challenge for many couples and co-parents, but things can get especially chaotic when in-laws offer up their constant, unsolicited opinions...

So, when a frustrated pregnant woman decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about whether or not she was wrong to tell her mother-in-law and mother the truth about her husband's entitled behavior around the house, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for telling my mother-in-law and mother I'm not here to babysit my husband?

I (30F) have been married to my husband for a year. We are expecting our first child and it's a really tricky pregnancy for me.

My husband grew up as a "Momma's Boy," but throughout our relationship that dynamic changed and he became more independent. His mother always cooked for him, cleaned for him even when he was an adult, and he was never required or taught how to do house chores. He learned all that through me.

I've been working a really hard job since I was 25. I work at a warehouse and I always work overtime because my boss is horrible but that's another story. My husband is working from home even before the pandemic.

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