I have had issues with my FIL since almost the day my son was born. In the hospital I went to hand my son to my mother and he tried to grab him before my mother could.
A week after my son was born my MIL was holding ds and I asked for him back. My FIL tried to grab ds from MIL and began arguing with me telling me it was his turn.
We had an issue at about 3 months because we bought a 65" plasma and he was facing my ds right at it. I jokingly said, "tell papa you're not allowed to watch TV." FIL said only football right, and continued to ignore me. I told him actually we don't want him watching TV at all and he continued to ignore me.
A few weeks later I was playing with ds and holding him over my head. He glanced at the TV for a second, but was looking all around the room. FIL went on to tell me 5 times Lance was watching TV in about a minute period. The next day he said it about 5 more times. When dh mentioned this FIL said
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Grandparents are annoying sometimes, but i think they have good intentions...at least he's not shoving coke and ice cream down your kid's throat every time you turn your head (which is what my inlaws do). I used to get really angry about it, and now i just let it go. Every once in a while it's ok, if it were all day, everyday, we'd have a problem....but thank God we don't see my in-laws everyday.
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