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"I thought it was a joke, but my sister-in-law said that's what they want."
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National Etiquette Expert Diane Gottsman told Newsweek the bottom line is "a gift should be given with no strings attached."
Several Mumsnet users backed the woman, noting "those gifts were for you...and your baby," while others accused her of being "selfish."
The office worker explained that she didn't receive any cards or gifts for her wedding two years ago, but has been asked twice to donate this time.
He says his daughter is "healthy... highly active, studious, and most importantly, happy," but her grandmother keeps sending gifts about weight loss.
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"I'm all for contributing in buying my boss a present as he is an amazing boss," the Redditor wrote. "But $100 to go towards a vacation seems ridiculous."
The mom-of-three is keen for her kids to go without additional gifts this Christmas but her husband thinks it's "rude."
In her now-viral video, the woman said unless a gift is thoughtful, she and her child do not need it.
"Seems like they just want to punish you for choosing a spouse that makes less money than they would have preferred, " said one user commenting on the post.
The Mumsnet user was furious that her husband had made little effort to make her feel special.
A husband has been supported online for thoughtlessly buying his wife a thoughtful present.
"I'd say, surely you have plenty of cake left over from yesterday. Have you opened my gifts yet?" one commenter suggested in response to the controversial text.
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"You're all in your 40s? Blimey. Honestly, I couldn't get worked up about this," said one commenter on the viral post.
Arizona-based Kaylee Powell, aged 26, was surprised when she came across a heart-shaped mosaic she made for her high school sweetheart.
"Your sister-in-law sounds unbearable, she also doesn't sound like she's cut out to be a mom," one user wrote.
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One person on social media said they "wouldn't bother going" if they were sent this kind of baby shower gift list.
"She put more effort into her gift than you ever do. All you do is get out your credit card, and you think you're better because of it," one user wrote.
Digital methods such as instant messages and emails are favored instead, according to research.