His first wife died 8 years ago, he says it's for the children to be remember her. It made me felt uncomfortable.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:25 AM on Mar. 5, 2009 in Relationships
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I don't think you're wrong but I can understand what you're saying. My brother passed away 3 years ago and my sister in law still has all of my brother's clothes. Her b/f doesn't really like it but it is her decision and as she says, it's HER house. Unless you've lost a spouse, I don't think we can honestly answer this question. Maybe you could be a part of the "packing away for the kids". Buy a nice box- like a keepsake box (not a cardboard box) and give it to him. Explain the clothes will "last longer" if they were packed away and kept safe for the kids. Maybe also mention adding some of her other keepsake things (jewelry, pictures, etc) in there to give to the children when they got older. This way he will think you are sensitive. I wish you luck!
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