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Subject: Kids not invited to weddings... Date: 5/14/2010 11:58 AM
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Following the Fine Dining thread, here's another 'trend' that I've noticed this year: We've been invited to four weddings this year - three of them have been invites addressed just to DH and me, no mention of the kids.

I don't know what's going on - we welcomed kids when we got married and I've been to lots of weddings before we had kids where kids were invited. One wedding is an out of town wedding that we're going to have to pass on because we can't go without our kids and I'm tempted to write on the decline card that we can't go because we don't have an out of town sitter to watch them. The whole thing seems ridiculous (I should add that our kids are very well behaved but I'm smart enough to sit in the back and take them outside if they were to make noise during the ceremony...)
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