Her Mom Flipped Out When She Said She Doesn’t Want To Invite Their Entire Family To Her Future Wedding

nazariykarkhut - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

For four and a half years, this 29-year-old woman has been dating her boyfriend, 29, and they have a 10-month-old son together.

Through the last few years, she and her boyfriend have discussed getting married, and they have been steadily making wedding plans over time.

When she was 7-years-old, her mother got married, and she never had a strong bond with her stepfather.

“I love his family, and as a child, they always included me. However, once I was a teenager until now, they haven’t really reached out for anything, and I haven’t either (which I admit I could work on), and I see them once every couple of years at most,” she said.

At 18-years-old, she learned that her mother had cheated on her father with her stepfather. However, to this day, her mother doesn’t know that she’s aware of this.

While she was talking with her mother, she mentioned that she and her boyfriend were hoping to have a small ceremony when they get married so that just she, her partner, and their close friends and family could experience the special day.

When her mother heard this, she lost it and said that she didn’t believe that was what she truly wanted for her wedding. Then, her mother told her that she had to invite the entire family.

“I have my mom’s side, my dad’s side, and stepdad’s side; each of those grandparents had 12 kids, of which they each have about an average of five kids themselves. So, my family is HUGE,” she explained.

In response, she said that her mother could help with some of the wedding expenses so that she could invite their whole family.

nazariykarkhut – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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