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Woman’s Decision To Tie Her 1 Month Old Baby To Her Wedding Dress Is Too Weird [VIDEO]

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A woman in Tennessee has created quite an uproar with her wedding dress. She tied her one month old baby to the train of her wedding dress and walked down the aisle with the baby dragging on the train.

Isn’t that a really weird thing to do, not to mention unsafe? What if someone accidentally stepped on the dress’s train and the baby? Or what if she’d tripped walking up or down the aisle? What if the baby somehow became untied from the dress?  A one month old baby is so tiny and fragile. She’s taken heat over this and thinks people need to chill.

What’s your opinion?

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