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My children being/not being bridesmaids?

My husbands brother and his wife to be are due to get married in Feb. They have known they were getting married for 20 months. I thought they would ask my 2 children to be bridesmaids. But I understand if they didn t. It s nice for me but it s not my wedding to choose so it wouldn t be a problem for me to lose sleep over. Anyway my sister in law is a bridesmaid (husbands sister and grooms sister) and she told my daughter that she is a bridesmaid and my mother in law said she said my children would be bridesmaids too. I don t want to ask myself because I feel like I am "begging" when it does not bother me or the girls too much. Anyway we are now counting down the weeks until the big day and I am starting to think about buying dresses for them. But I feel really irritated by the fact if I go buy them something am I going to be asked, and if I am why was my children s nan and auntie told months before and nothing has been said to me over it. I get on with the bride well enough. All our children are close. I feel like I M being with held information that I should know about. And I feel it s actually rude not to. And if it s not the case my children Re bridesmaids then my mother and sister in law shouldn t have said that to my children on presumption?

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