(Closed) Pregnancy wedding guilt

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 2
160 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

There is no point in wondering if it was the right thing or feeling guilty for your decisions.  You are pregnant, so you will have to deal with that reality.  I was three months pregnant at my wedding.  I told people the following month and while I am sure I was being judged, hard, I didn’t care.  I was thrilled to have a baby in my belly.

My advice is to wait at least three months before telling, and then tell them.  They will think whatever they will think for a while, and they might even get mad.  I have yet to meet a parental unit who didn’t come around to being thrilled about a new baby in the family.

My baby is now 9 months old, and I am learning to get a steely spine about my decisions regarding my baby. And this is speaking as someone who was fired shortly after I had my baby.  You’ll get that spine too.

worst comes to worst, they’ll want a refund.  If that is the case, offer to make paymentsback.

Post # 3
1465 posts
Bumble bee

Is your baby going to be going on the cruise with you?

Post # 4
952 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: City, State

At first I thought the guilt was about dresses and not telling them you’d be pregnant at your wedding… But since the baby will be 5 months old, I wouldn’t worry about it!  Especially since they knew of your first pregnancy, it shouldn’t be an absolute surprise and they shouldn’t be extremely mad or anything. Congratulations and enjoy your wedding AND baby planning!

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