When a young man's sister leaves her baby with him for a short while, he finds himself struggling to calm the crying infant. Despite repeated attempts to contact his sister and her husband, he receives no response and eventually decides to take the baby back to their house. However, this decision leads to a huge fight between his sister and her husband, and he is left wondering if he did the right thing. While some people believe he should have continued to babysit the child, others think he made the right decision. What do you think? Read on to find out more.
Man Takes His Crying Nephew Back to Sister's Husband after Waiting for Hours
Babysitting gone wrong or just a sleepy teenager's nightmare?
Uncle struggles to soothe crying nephew in hilarious family moment 😂
Uncle struggles with babysitting, sister's husband too busy to help 🤷🏼♂️
Uncle's attempts to soothe crying nephew prove futile 😩
Patience tested: Man waits for sister to pick up crying nephew
Uncle's frustrating wait turns into a stinky situation 💩
Uncle's hilarious reaction to diaper duty with crying nephew 💩😂
Uncle's struggle to console crying nephew without reply from sister.
Uncle struggles with crying nephew and absent sister. 💩
Uncle returns crying nephew to sister's angry husband 👨👦🚶
Uncle's good intentions backfire, sister flips out. 😔
Uncle takes crying nephew back to sister's husband after misunderstanding
Nephew caught in middle of family feud, uncle takes action
Brother accused of not helping sister, but what's the story?
Uncle's dilemma: To wait or not to wait for sister?
Uncle shares controversial opinion on parenting and changing diapers 🤢
Uncle clears up diaper duty confusion with quick drive 🚗💩
An update on the man taking his crying nephew back home.
Uncle's attempt at babysitting backfires causing family feud 👻
Babysitting can be a daunting task, especially when you're not used to it. One uncle found this out the hard way when his sister dropped off his crying nephew and disappeared for hours. Despite trying to calm the baby down, nothing seemed to work, and the uncle became increasingly frustrated. When the baby had a dirty diaper and the uncle couldn't reach his sister, he made the decision to take the baby back to his sister's house. Little did he know, this would cause a massive family feud between his sister and her husband. The uncle is now questioning whether he made the right decision or if he should have waited for his sister to return. Was he in the wrong for taking matters into his own hands or was he simply trying to do what was best for the baby? Read on to find out how this situation escalated and what others have to say about it in the comments.
Don't be gaslit by family. NTA for setting boundaries. 🙌
Uncle handles crying baby situation maturely and responsibly 👍
NTA! Leaving a baby with an inexperienced person is unacceptable 😤
No a-hole here. Sister dumped baby and lied to uncle.
Mom uses baby as an excuse to dump him on uncle. NTA
Uncle shouldn't have agreed to babysit if not willing to change diaper 💩
Nephew's father caught sister cheating, uncle delivers child. NTA.
Sibling support with a side of suspicion 🤔
Sister's husband is the a**hole, not the uncle 🤬😡
Sister lies, manipulates, and parents defend. OP is NTA 🙌
Sibling trouble? NTA for returning the crying baby.
Sister's infidelity exposed, father's right to know. NTA 👍
Support for the uncle and nephew duo 🙌
Unexpected childcare and shady behavior, NTA handles it gracefully 👍
Commenter calls out sister's irresponsible behavior and possible cheating.
Unannounced baby drop-off makes her the a**hole 👶🚪
Caught in the crossfire 🔥 when revealing a secret 👀
Sibling squabble with a sprinkle of humor 😂
User defends OP, suggests sister cheated, and advises to stand up.
The uncle did the right thing, but his sister's behavior...🤔
Empathetic comment suggests post-partum depression instead of infidelity
Supporting the truth when family drama unfolds 🤝 NTA
Commenter suspects sister using man as alibi, others agree 👀
NTA leaves crying nephew with sister's husband after hours of waiting
Commenter defends OP's decision to return crying nephew to sister's husband.
Standing up for honesty 🙌 NTA handled this well.
Handling a screaming baby can be stressful. NTA for returning.
Communication is key! 🗝️
Sibling secrets revealed 👀 NTA for returning nephew.
Commenter suggests multiple people could be at fault 😕
Being a new mom is really hard. NTA for prioritizing safety.
Engaging in a child's welfare is always the right thing ❤️
Nephew's tears lead to family drama. NTA comes to rescue.
👀 Scandalous! Comment sparks suspicions of infidelity.
Sister drops off crying nephew, ignores calls, NTA for returning.
Sister's parenting criticized after uncle returns crying nephew. 👨👩
Sibling drama and dirty diapers - ESH in this family
Red flags raised on the sister's actions and motives 🤔
Sibling loyalty or honesty? The comment raises suspicions of infidelity 🤔
Possible affair or drugs? NTA, shame on sister for involving you.
Uncle does the right thing by returning crying nephew. 👍
Responsibility of childcare goes beyond just avoiding 'eww the smell'.
Sister leaves baby with inexperienced uncle. Uncle does the right thing 👍
Push past the poo 💩, it's a skill worth having 👶
Uncaring mother leaves baby with unprepared uncle, NTA in return.
Leaving the baby with parents makes sense. NTA 🙌
Red-handed sister: lying or not?
🙌 Definitely not the a-hole!
Uncle handles family conflict like a champ! 👏
Standing up to a lying sister and defending parental responsibility 👍
Unclear aunt's intentions, NTA for returning nephew to husband.
NTA, sister's stubbornness is causing more drama 😂👏
Supporting the OP's NTA stance on sister's suspicious behavior 😬
Unclear how OP got baby to dad, but NTA for exposing sister's lie
No car seat, no baby. NTA for not wanting to babysit.
Uncle takes responsibility, calls out irresponsible behavior 👏👶
You're not the a**hole for returning your crying nephew.
Redditors suspect sister is having an affair, BIL may need support 💔
Not the a**hole for returning nephew. Sister may be shady 🤔
Did the nephew's tears reveal his sister's infidelity? 🤔
Parenthood is more than just dirty nappies! 💩
Sister drops off kid unannounced, lies to husband - NTA
Commenters agree: dropping off a baby with inexperienced 19yo is NTA
Don't assume the worst: empathy for the sister's situation. ✨
Sister drops off baby with unprepared babysitter, blames uncle NTA
Aunt did the right thing, sister lied about how long.
Nephew's mom lies and leaves him without proper instructions, NTA 🤷♂️
Support for NTA, criticism for sister's behavior 👍👎