What do you think about a couple getting married and not inviting their own children?
My son is fgetting married this summer on the beach in Florida. He has a 10 year old daughter, and she has two boys 8 and 11. The 8 year old is a handful. They want only adult family members - not even their own children. I am torn up about this.
I'm afraid it doesn't bode well for the children's future. How will they blend a family if the kids aren't even allowed to be around? So sorry you are having to deal with this. Just love those children every chance you get--sounds like they will need some unselfish and caring adults in their lives.
It is really unfortunate and likely they will regret it later. I hope it doesn't speak to their attitude about family. Family first and that should certainly include the children.
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