My in-laws act like my son is their child and I just am so irritated! I really wish I wasn't but I am. If we are sitting at church they have to site next to me and when he is awake and I'm holding him they look over every minute and tell eachother, " He's ok, he looks like he is doing g ood for now." Hello he is great I'm his mother and I know how to take care of my son. Or she will tell me everything that he likes, like I don't know already. Just today She said she was going to get out the highchair and start spoon feeding him, I told her the dr. hasn't said that solid food was ok yet and she needs to wait until I talk to him. I feel like she is trying to compete with me or something. She already had her two kids this is my first and it took me 2.5 years to have him after trying that long, back off he is my son.What should I do? I really don't want this to get to me but it does. Anyone else have this issue??
Answer by NHRachel at 12:03 PM on Aug. 12, 2009
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Answer by amw529 at 11:00 AM on Aug. 12, 2009
My boyfriends mother acts just like this. My son is 10 1/2 months old. Yes he is my first but i feel that i do know how to take care of him. She insits on doing things for him and joking that my son likes her more than mommy. if she watches him she acts as if its no big deal and then later on she will say " you two alwasy think you can rely on me to watch him well you cant." Its hard becase i am only 18 and i live with my boyfriend at his parents house with our son. We both have jobs but my boyfriend has on year of school left so she refuses to let us move out. I cant take it. She always jokes that shes raising our son. If you find out what helps to get her off your back please let me know also! its hard i understand what your saying. I cant take much more of it.
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