My grandma's house....smells. Really bad. She has lots of animals and while she's great at taking care of them, they make a terrible stench and make messes everywhere. Her house is VERY small and a huge mess and I don't even like going there (and my parents usually don't make me go there). The problem is that she's telling me constantly to have her babysit the baby when it's born. I said no, I will find someone very nicely multiple times before but she keeps nagging.
I don't want to say "Your house smells" or anything like that.... and it's not that I don't want her to see the baby-- I do very much-- it's just that I don't ever want the baby to be at her house where he/she could get sick easily or just become a place for germs.
What do I do?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:30 PM on Jul. 26, 2009 in Just for Fun
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Answer by Mom2Just1 at 12:08 AM on Jul. 27, 2009
Why not have her come to your house. Show her how you do things and ask her that you do them the same way because you are trying to get the baby in a routine. This is the best way to have her involved. Also let her know that there will be no animals at your house. If this doesn't work then you need to get together with her and the baby outside of her home. This way they will have some time to get to know each other. If none of these work, you just need to tell her the truth. Elderly people are a lot stronger than what we give them credit for.
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