Someecards Logo
ADVERTISING
Woman asks if she's wrong for upsetting mother-in-law by not allowing her at birth.

Woman asks if she's wrong for upsetting mother-in-law by not allowing her at birth.

ADVERTISING

You know what's stressful? Well, most things in life...but especially giving birth. Everyday I am amazed that women literally birth human lives from inside them. Like, I honestly don't know how we do it. And I'm just talking about the part where you have to push the baby out, not the added part where you have to deal with friends and family who want to be in the room.

A woman on reddit is currently facing with the issue of having to deal with her mother-in-law during her pregnancy, and potentially during the day she has to give birth. Her mother-in-law has caused a scene when it came to being in the room while she gave birth in the past, and this woman is wondering if it would be okay to avoid this problem by not telling her when she goes into labor.

She explains:

This relates to around when our first kid was born and I'm going to try to make this short. We just moved from out-of-state and were living with my in-laws until we got our own place. I was overdue and induced. When we were on our way around 10 pm my MIL called saying she was on her way too. No biggie, it's her first grandchild so she's understandably excited. She decided on her own that she was going to stay with us overnight.

Sources: reddit
© Copyright 2021 Someecards, Inc

ADVERTISING
Featured Content