Weddings are ostensible to be extraordinary celebrations of a attribute common with friends and family, yet rude relatives can hurt them with their greedy behavior.
One lady recently schooled this after removing intent to her fiancé. When she chose her best crony — who walks with a baggy due to a birth forsake — as her lassie of honor, she was positively confounded by her possess mother’s reaction.
The momzilla in doubt indeed wrote in to Slate’s Dear Prudence, or Mallory Ortberg, with her absurd “dilemma,” explaining that yet she deliberate her daughter’s best crony as her possess daughter…
…she didn’t wish a lady walking in a way given it “would hurt a cultured aspect of a wedding.”
Here’s what she had a haughtiness to write in and ask Prudence:
My 27-year-old daughter and her best friend, Katie, have been best friends given they were 4. Katie most grew adult in a residence and is like a daughter to me. My daughter recently got intent to her fiancé and announced that Katie would be a lassie of respect (Katie’s beloved is also a good crony of my destiny son-in-law).
The problem is that Katie walks with a flattering serious baggy due to a birth forsake (not an underlying medical issue). She has no problem wearing high heels and has already been propitious for a dress, yet we still consider it will demeanour unsightly if she’s in a marriage way limping forward of my daughter. we mentioned this to my daughter and suggested that maybe Katie could take video or palm out programs (while sitting) so she doesn’t hurt a cultured aspect of a wedding. My daughter is no longer vocalization to me (we were never that close), yet this is her large marriage and we wish it to be perfect. All of a other bridesmaids will demeanour beautiful walking down a aisle with my daughter. Is it wrong to have her crony lay out?