A couple had an agreement with their families regarding the birth of their son, but things took a turn when the husband secretly sent a picture of their newborn to his family. The wife was upset as it violated their agreement and caused emotional stress for her family. The husband, on the other hand, thinks his family should be allowed to see the picture. AITA for blowing up at my husband for sending his family a picture of our newborn?
New Dad Violates Agreement by Sending Photo of Newborn to His Family
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Setting boundaries is important, especially when it comes to welcoming a new baby into the world. However, one new dad decided to violate the agreement he made with his wife by secretly sending a photo of their newborn to his family. This caused a major blow-up, with both families getting involved and causing emotional stress. The wife feels that the husband's family is being overdramatic and passive-aggressive, while the husband believes that he has the right to send a photo of his own son to whomever he pleases. The situation has caused a major rift in their relationship, with the wife wondering if she was too harsh in her reaction. This raises the question, who has the right to share photos of a new baby and how can couples set boundaries that are respected by both families? Let's take a deeper look into this complicated situation and the reactions it has sparked.
NTA. Both families making a competition out of baby milestones is dumb 🤦♀️. Grandparents have no concept of OP's son as a human being 🙅♀️.
Revenge or communication? An engaging debate on toxic relationships. 🤔
Toxic in-laws and a controlling partner. NTA, consider therapy.
Spouse's family violates boundaries, OP gets petty revenge. NTA.
New dad prioritizes pleasing his family over wife's needs 😒
This messy family dynamic is a disaster waiting to happen 🤦♂️
Agreement about newborn photo turns into petty argument. ESH.
Comment section turned into a middle school gossip session 😂👀
Commenter defends OP, while questioning husband's motives. 🤔
Infant caught in power struggle between dysfunctional family members 🍼
Play them at their own game and assert your boundaries 😎
Comment section turns into a family feud 👍👥
Commenters call out drama in exhausting situation. 🙄 ESH.
Families are being over dramatic and a bit toxic 👀
Agreement broken, family first 😠 Potential signs of isolation 🤔
Family feud over newborn photo; ESH including new dad.
Sad reality for the kid 😔
Comment section full of childish behavior 🙄
Boundaries crossed, family wins game show, dad's the a**hole 👎
Missed opportunity to post baby photos first, ESH for fighting.
Petty revenge suggestions for a disrespectful husband and MIL 😈
New parents deal with chaotic family over leaked baby photo. 🤦♀️
A pandemic, an odd contest, and a broken agreement 🤦♂️📸
Support for the commenter and criticism towards the husband 🤨
Everyone sucks here, but let's not forget about the baby 😔
NTA's reasonable concern about new dad's photo-sharing agreement violation.
Families can be a handful 🙄 ESH needs to grow up
New mom's request for privacy is understandable 🙏
Commenters act childish in response to the article.
A fair solution to new dad's family photo violation.
New dad breaks agreement, families compete for social media clout. ESH.
Commenter not impressed with post in humorous tone 😒
A chaotic situation with no heroes, only villains. 😕
Newborn wants out: ESH family drama is exhausting 😩
Respect boundaries, even with family 🚫👨👩👧
Partner isolating me from my family, ESH. 💔
Age is just a number, but maturity is priceless. 🙄 ESH
Drama-free baby zone: respect boundaries and stop pushing, everyone sucks.
Everyone's terrible, except the baby 😂
Engage your parents by sending them baby's first moments 😍
Husband violates trust to get one over family. Toxic situation 😒
Commenter calls out family's overreaction to newborn photo. ESH 😑
Setting boundaries is key, for the sake of the child 👨🏻👩🏻🤔
Setting boundaries with in-laws over newborn photo 📷
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New dad violates photo agreement, but families are also problematic.
Commenter calls out dad for 'insane rules' on baby photo
Family feud over newborn photo leads to ESH blame game.
Setting boundaries with family can be tough 😕, counseling may help.