A woman asked her sister to move out of her condo to make room for her future child, but now the sister is upset.
The woman shared what happened on Reddit’s “Am I the A******” forum. She and her husband are ready to have their first baby but her little sister stays at their home rent-free. When she told her sister they would be converting her bedroom into a nursery, things took a turn.
“My sister has been living in our condo for the last two years since it is located in the city and is only a ten-minute drive from her campus,” the user wrote. “My in-laws gifted us the condo when we got married and the mortgage is all paid off, so we never charged her any rent. It only has three bedrooms and we use one for the home office, one for our bedroom, and let my sister stay in the third one.”
The little sister had taken out a ton of loans to pay for college, but there is still ample time to find a new place before the baby is born.
“My husband and I decided that we were finally in a good enough financial situation this year to have a baby and let my sister know that she needed to move out before the baby was born,” the user said. “We want to convert her room into the nursery. However, she’s been complaining to everyone that we are kicking her out in the middle of a pandemic and has been asking us to convert the home office into the nursery so that she can keep her room.”
Reddit users thought the little sister could use a reality check.
“Ridiculous entitlement of the sister can’t believe it,” one person wrote.
“You’re not even pregnant yet so hardly kicking her out,” another said.
“Your sister has benefited from your gift and now it is time for her to move on,” someone added.
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