Ever had a friend visit your house, only for things to take a dramatic turn? This is a tale of two friends, a baby, and a staircase that became the center of a heated controversy. Our heroine, a 23-year-old homeowner with no plans for children, found herself in the middle of a baby-proofing debate that would test the strength of her friendship. 🏠👶💥
Setting the Stage 🏠👭
An Exciting Visit 👶🍼
A Close Call 😱🚪
Crisis Averted! 🚧👶
The Accusation Begins 🗣️👩👦
The Baby-proofing Debate 💥🏠
A Personal Attack 🗣️💔
The Aftermath 🌪️👶
The Social Media Storm 🌩️📱
The Internet Weighs In 🌐🗣️
The Baby-proofing Controversy: Was Our Heroine in the Wrong? 🤔💭
In a whirlwind of accusations and heated debates, our heroine found herself at the center of a baby-proofing controversy. From a close call at the staircase to a social media storm, the incident tested the strength of her friendship and sparked a debate among their friends. Was she wrong for not baby-proofing her house for her friend's visit? Or was her friend expecting too much? Let's dive into the internet's top responses to this dramatic tale. 🌐📢
NTA: Baby-proofing debate sparks outrage and misused vocabulary 🤔
NTA - You're not responsible for baby-proofing your house. 🚫🏠
NTA. Mom defends not baby-proofing friends' houses, receives support.
NTA. Crawlers are dangerous as f**k. Mom should've baby-proofed.
NTA, but always double check the basement door for safety 🙌
NTA: Mother neglects child, blames friend. 🙄
NTA. Parents shouldn't expect childless people to be child experts 🙅
Friend neglects child, commenter says NTA. 👍
NTA. Baby-proofing expectations are unrealistic. Safety is mother's responsibility. 👍
Cutting contact with an immature brat? 🙅♀️ NTA, go for it!
NTA. F is a mombie. 😳
LOOOL! No kids, no gate, no problem! NTA and new friends!
NTA: Heroic friend saves baby, negligent parent gets a reality check
NTA takes responsibility for toddler's safety, but requests reasonable accommodation. 🧒👀
NTA: Entitled friend expects baby-proofed house, absurd 😱
Not your kid, not your responsibility. NTA 🙌
Parenting fail: Friend neglects baby, NTA calls her out 😱
NTA: Your home, your rules. No need to babyproof.
Friendship fallout over baby-proofing: NTA, drop her a**!
NTA. Immature social media blasting, time to end the friendship. 🚫
NTA. Trusting a friend with your child, not your valuables. 👨👦
NTA, but let's not forget the importance of child safety 😬
Her guilt is showing. You're not the a**hole. NTA 😉
NTA. Your friend's negligence ruined your friendship. Dodged a bullet. 👍
Friend is toxic, blames OP for her own failings 💯
Friend expects OP to buy baby gate, shifts blame on them. NTA
Parenting responsibility debate: NTA for not baby-proofing your home 🙏
Mom not watching child, expects others to baby-proof. NTA.
NTA: Your home, your responsibility. Why baby proof for others?
NTA. It's the parent's responsibility to assess safety. 👍
NTA. Parent should have watched their baby more closely. 🙉
Friend's overreaction to baby-proofing incident leaves OP shocked 😮
When baby-proofing goes wrong... entitled parents take the stage! 😂
NTA. Friend's baby-proofing may lead to social isolation. 😞
NTA: Mom should've been more careful. Safety is her responsibility 🚧
Friend's bad parenting: expecting others to take responsibility 🙅
Don't invite her back! She's being a mombie 🚫
NTA mombies are crazy... reconsider your friendships. 🙄
NTA- Friend expects too much, berates for not childproofing. 😱
NTA! Friend's entitled ass should have watched her child better 😠
No baby proofing in the 80s, NTA, world doesn't revolve around her 🙄
Defending against babyproofing criticism with humor and pet safety
NTA. You're not responsible for baby-proofing your house 🚫
NTA. You did good, she's overreacting. Baby-proofing responsibility lies with parents. 👍
NTA. Parent takes responsibility for child's safety and belongings. 👍
NTA: Quick thinking saves toddler from staircase danger 🙌
Keeping an eye on my toddler, baby-proofing seems unnecessary 🙏
Parent emphasizes personal responsibility for baby's safety in public places.
NTA. Falling down the stairs wouldn't have killed him, but ouch!
Friend calls out entitled parent, hilarity ensues! 😂
NTA. Friend's FB crusade backfires after un-babyproofed outing. 🙄
Projection and blame-shifting: NTA for not baby-proofing my house 🙅
NTA, it's the mom's responsibility to watch her child. 👶
NTA: Baby-proofing for guests? Just keep dogs away and clean up.
Baby gates for a short visit? No way! 😳
"NTA It was her responsibility to be watching her own child anyway. I don't believe in going overboard child proofing anways. Children need to learn not to touch and how to behave in someone else's home." - Engaging debate on child-proofing 🤔
Keeping an eye on your kid: a**hole or responsible parent? 😉
Friend should have been more responsible with babyproofing. NTA 👍
Parents should prioritize child safety, not blame others. 👮
NTA: Mom shares her vigilance in keeping her child safe 👥