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  1. Here is OP’s full story:
  2. OP stopped her daughter from going to the book club, so she could focus on dance classes.
  3. Addy, one of the girls, had a birthday party. But OP's daughter wasn't invited because she didn't go to the book club often.
  4. As a result, four other moms decided not to let their kids attend the party. And now, Addy's mom is pointing fingers at OP for ruining her daughter's celebration.
  5. OP gives an important edit:
  6. With a blink of an eye, this post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here is how Reddit users reacted:
  7. This user points out that the OP is just trying to find out why her daughter hasn't received an invitation, which is a normal thing.
  8. Leaving out one kid from a party is mean for no reason.
  9. OP isn't wrong, and she didn't cause trouble here.
  10. If others want to leave, that's their choice.
  11. It's normal to not want your kids to feel alone or left out.
  12. That's right!
  13. This user also noticed that others clearly recognized this as being very close to bullying

Mom Asks Reddit For Advice After "Possibly Ruining" Her Daughter’s Friend’s Birthday Party

Nobody enjoys feeling left out, and the truth is, not everyone can be invited to every event. These two facts often clash, causing tension for both those sending invitations and those eagerly awaiting them.

For a child navigating social situations for the first time, not getting invited to a party can be deeply distressing. As a parent, it's crucial to discover kind yet honest ways to help your child navigate these early disappointments, so they can emerge with a better grasp of the complexities of social life. But, as is often the case with parenting, putting this into practice is easier said than done.

In a well-known post on the AITA subreddit, a woman questioned if she was mistaken for reaching out to another mom to inquire why her daughter hadn't received an invitation to a party. Keep scrolling down to see the verdict!

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Here is OP’s full story:

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OP stopped her daughter from going to the book club, so she could focus on dance classes.

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Addy, one of the girls, had a birthday party. But OP's daughter wasn't invited because she didn't go to the book club often.

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As a result, four other moms decided not to let their kids attend the party. And now, Addy's mom is pointing fingers at OP for ruining her daughter's celebration.

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OP gives an important edit:

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With a blink of an eye, this post went viral faster than a sneeze in a crowded room, and boy, did it catch everyone's attention! Here is how Reddit users reacted:

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This user points out that the OP is just trying to find out why her daughter hasn't received an invitation, which is a normal thing.

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Leaving out one kid from a party is mean for no reason.

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OP isn't wrong, and she didn't cause trouble here.

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If others want to leave, that's their choice.

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It's normal to not want your kids to feel alone or left out.

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That's right!

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This user also noticed that others clearly recognized this as being very close to bullying

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It seems agreed, the internet is on OP's side, even if the situation sits in an awkward grey zone. What do you think about what happened? Have you ever found yourself in a similar situation? Share your experiences and join the conversation in the comment section below!
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