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Should Groom Ask Bride's Children For Mom's Hand in Marriage?

While asking a father's (or parent's) permission to marry their daughter may be a tradition in some families, modern times have added a lot more people to the mix! Many women walking down the aisle are already mothers (as a good number of grooms are fathers). Do you think it's fitting for the husband-to-be to ask the bride's children for their mom's hand in marriage?

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lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
no. the childrens are not part of adult decision making.
amber512 amber512 6 years
I think it depends on the age. If the kids are older I think it would be a nice gesture, but otherwise I would much rather the guy ask me, not my children.
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