AITA For Saying My Necklace Won’t Go To My Adoptive Daughter

“My husband doesn’t want to get in the middle of this because it’s my necklace and my decision, but I can tell he feels disappointed that I would consider choosing Lily over Emily. My other worry is if Emily gets the necklace, Lily will find out in the future from my family and might get upset.”

One user commented: “OP is NTA. The necklace should go to whomever OP wishes. I understand the disconnect between Emily and OP but an heirloom necklace isn’t the way to build a connection. And to be honest, after the way the husband pushed and pushed till there was an issue, I have to wonder how much of the divide between OP and Emily is his doing?”

While another said: “NTA. ‘My husband doesn’t want to get in the middle of this because it’s my necklace and my decision.’ But he threw himself into it immediately. When you told him you guys could talk about it Iater, he pushed for it. It’s nice that now after stirring the pot and causing an issue, he just wipes his hands and backs away.”