A woman took in her sister's neglected children after her mother died, and has been caring for them for a year. However, her sister has been calling the children "our kids" despite never being there for them and refusing to pay child support. The woman finally snapped and confronted her sister, but is now being called out by her other sisters for being too harsh. Was she in the wrong for calling out her sister? Or is it justified to feel upset over her sister calling the children "our kids"? Read on to find out more.
Woman goes off on sister for calling her adopted children "our kids"
Sister with 5 kids by 5 men tries to claim adopted kids
Adoption, family drama, and a legal intervention. 🤯
Sister wants to claim 'our kids' despite never being there 🙄
Sister's guilt trip after adoption: heartbreaking or manipulative? 😢
Sister's involvement in adopted kids' life causes conflict. 😕
Adopted kids uncomfortable with family, communication gone cold 😞
Sister agrees to everything except paying child support 😒
Sister refuses to sign agreement without avoiding child support.
Sister calls adopted kids 'our kids', woman snaps back
Adoptive mother questions her role after sister's text 🤔
Adoptive vs. biological parents clash. Who are the real parents? 🤔
Woman calls out sister for not supporting adopted children financially 🤯
In a heart-wrenching story, a woman opens up about her sister's neglectful behaviour towards her own children. Despite abandoning her first two children at birth and 9 months old respectively, and having no contact with them while they were growing up, the sister suddenly took an interest in the children when they were adopted by her other sister. However, her interest waned when she was asked to pay child support. The woman is now upset that her sister refers to the children as "our kids" despite not contributing to their upbringing financially or emotionally. Is she right to be angry? Or should she apologize for calling out her sister's behaviour? Read on to find out what others have to say about this family feud.
NTA, sister was an egg donor, not a mother. Keep being great parents 👏
Aunt reconnecting with adopted teens. NTA with money motives 🤑
Woman stands up for adopted children, receives support from commenter.
Commenter defends not calling birth mother 'mom'. 🤷♀️
Family drama heating up! Siblings picking sides 😬👀
Adopted or abandoned? A heated debate on motherhood 🤔
Adoptive mom shuts down sister trying to claim her children. NTA ❤
Love is thicker than blood! ❤️
Adoptive mother receives support after being belittled by sister.
Adopted child shuts down birth mother's attempt to reclaim title 🚫
Adoption and infertility are cruelly ironic. NTA OP 😢
Sister's words are the least of their problems 😬 NTA
Biological aunt doesn't deserve 'our kids' label. NTA.
Agreeing with commenter's sentiment with a hint of frustration 😤
Defending the role of an adoptive parent. 💪
Adopted kids referred to as 'our kids'? NTA has a point.
Commenter expresses concern for 5th child, recommends CPS check.
Sisters didn't help with parenting, NTA for calling them out 👍
Adoption is just as valid as giving birth. 👍
Sister's 'our kids' comment reignites long-standing family drama.
Adoptive mom rightfully snaps at sister for calling kids 'our kids' 🚫👩👧👦
Adoptive mom claps back at sister's claim to her children 👏
Claim your parenthood! 🎉
Adoption doesn't make her less of a mom. 🤱🏻
Adoptive mother rightfully claims ownership of her children 👨🏻👦🏻
NTA. You're the real parent. Don't let her manipulate you 👍
A heated debate over 'our kids' sparks Soviet nostalgia
Adoptive mother claps back at entitled sister in law 💪
Adoptive mother receives support for her definition of motherhood 🤗
Adoptive mother rightfully upset over sister's insensitive language 😠
Sneaky move or justified revenge? 👀
You're not the a**hole for claiming your kids as yours ❤️
Adoptive parent claps back at birth mother's entitlement 🤚🏼
Motherhood is more than biology 🤰🏻❤️
Calling out a lying 'mother' 👏
Comment section reveals possible family trauma and mental health issues.
Adoptive mother asserts identity, challenges biological motherhood
Adopting abandoned children is commendable. NTA for feeling protective.
Adoptive mom stands up to sister's overstepping. 🙅
Feeling down about humanity? This NTA comment can relate 😔
Sister calls adopted kids "our kids" - commenter is NTA 👍
Secure your adopted children's future with legal and financial planning 💰
Adopted kids not your accessory. 🚫
Adoptive mother claps back at sister's 'our kids' comment 🙅♀️
Adoptive mother stands up to deadbeat sister, demands child support 💪
Harsh judgment! 😳
Adoptive mother rightfully claims ownership of her children 👨🏻💻
Heartbreaking story of a sister's love for her abandoned nieces/nephews 💔
Adopted kids not hers, she tried to abandon one. NTA. 🚫👩👧👦
Aunt vs. Sister: A battle for recognition 👩👧👦
🤬 Calling names won't solve the issue. 🙅♀️
Adopted children are just as much yours, NTA. Preventive actions recommended ❤️
Sister disrespects adopted kids, OP is NTA for calling her out 🙌
Heartbreaking adoption story sparks emotional response from commenters ❤️
Adoptive mother shuts down entitled sister's claim to children 👏
Adopted children are still family even without blood relation. ❤️
A powerful statement on motherhood that hits home 😢
Adoptive mother called out for claiming 'our kids' with NTA judgement 👏
Being a mother figure is more than giving birth 🤰🏻👩👧👦
NTA. The sister abandoned them, you raised them. She's not mom 👏
Adoptive mother praised for showing love to traumatized teenagers ❤️
Support for adopted children and no mercy for child support.
Savage solution to sister's claim on adopted children 👀👌
Being a mother is more than biology. Good for you! 👏
Adoptive parent claps back at sister's claim to 'our kids' 👏🏼
Defending motherhood: Adoptive mother receives rightful recognition 👏
Providing for adopted kids after sister's erratic behavior 💪🏽
Commenter defends against sister's entitled behavior towards adopted children 👏
Support for cutting toxic family out, 🚫block negativity! 🙅♀️
NTA shuts down nosy family members like a boss 🙌
Adopted kids called "our kids" causes family feud. NTA.