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The OP and his fiancée have gone back and forth about whether to invite kids
The OP purposefully excluded them by suddenly announcing the wedding is no kids
The OP have been told by other family members that it isn't fair that the newborns will get to come
Here are what Redditors had to say in response to the story shared by the OP.
You can't get upset if people don't come
This is your wedding
You have to comprehend that there may be people who won't come
Do not get mad when people don't show up
You should expect a lot of no's
It is likely they will sleep through everything
You get to decide who can come
It's perfectly possible to get a sitter for the newborn
They probably won't go regardless
See if you could hire or ask someone to look after the kids
They did not want to bring hyperactive kids
They are a common exception to the rule
Understand if they don't accept to come
There really is no winning
You can point out that a newborn is different
It is totally fair to draw the line
It can be hard to find qualified babysitters
That might be the best solution for making it easier
Newborns are immobile and not underfoot
Do not start making exceptions
It may be out of your control to organize an adult-only wedding, or it may be exactly what you've always wanted. Whatever the reason, it's crucial to let your guests know about your decision.
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