My first was when my daughter was two weeks old. My husband's aunt invited us over for lunch, and invited my mil too. My mil walked in the door, and immediately reached out her hands for me to hand my baby off to her! No way! I told her "Not right now" and walked right past her. That kind of stuff pisses me off. She could have and should have ASKED to hold her.
I did let her hold her, but when I was READY to let her. I may have been wrong, but after carrying my baby for 39 weeks, I was totally bonded with and protective of my baby.
It's not a major mama bear moment, but I think it counts!
What about you lovely mommies?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:50 PM on May. 21, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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Answer by Anonymous at 11:11 PM on May. 21, 2009
Well she is yours you are right. But believe me baby you will have her for a very long time. I am seem to come off kinda rude. But I mean it kinda seem like you are being selfish. I mean I would never do that to my mil ever. That's just respect. My mil can be a pain pain pain. I don't know I mean situations can be nasty and bad. I guess everyone has forgot about there grandmas. This is a part of what they do. They want to hold the babies. Fill them with sugar. My grandma didn't even make me eat dinner. I got to cereal. What about when its your turn. Would you want any of those things to happen to you. Cause life does run in a circle. Karma is no joke. I am not saying that there are not mil that are huge pains but yours is like a walk in the park.
Answer by akmami0f4 at 11:21 PM on May. 21, 2009
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