You know that things have to be pretty bad to not go to your own daughter’s wedding…
So exactly what the heck is going on here?
Get all the details below and see if you think this guy was out of line for skipping his daughter’s big day.
AITA for not going to my daughter’s wedding?
“The wedding was on March 25, which coincides with my other daughters birthday. She was born March 25, 2022. She was barely 3 months when she passed away.
My wife (not my eldest daughters mother) has been wanting to celebrate our daughter’s life on the date of her birth. I also didn’t feel it appropriate to leave my wife on this day since she is still grieving (as am I) and we haven’t fully come to terms with things.
When my eldest daughter was planning her wedding, I told her I’m doubtful I’d be there if she chose this date. I understand march 25 is significant to her relationship and that’s why she chose it, but it just wasn’t feasible for me. I was not even in a good place mentally on that day. It was a day of tears.
Obviously there is a lot of guilt about missing my eldest daughters special day, but I honestly don’t know if what I did was wrong. Her side of the family has been sending me a lot of scathing messages, particularly her mother.
Check out what Reddit users had to say about this.
One person said this guy is an a**hole and that he should have supported his daughter.
But another individual said that his daughter specifically picked this date…
And another Reddit user said he’s NTA and that they wouldn’t have gone either if they were in his shoes.
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