a grandparent to give two of your children $75 for Christmas and give your other child $30?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:47 PM on Apr. 2, 2010 in Just for Fun
Answer by TMJ121099 at 8:47 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by ceallaigh at 8:49 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Well if the other child was a little one, who didn't know any better, I say yes. If all 3 children are at an age where they are perfectly aware of what each sibling got, then I say no.
I was the oldest, and my grandma always gave me more money for a while. When my brothers got older, we started getting the same amounts. Hey, you get some "older child" benefits. hehe
Answer by KairisMama at 8:49 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by jesse123456 at 8:50 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 8:50 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
rude!! That is why we don't go to my husbands side of the family for Christmas. They would spend $300 easy on the other kids in the family but only a token $20 gift for our daughter. The oldest sister told us straight out that it is because our daughter is adopted and not really a "smith". At least she was honest, the rest are kind to our faces but still show that they feel the same way through their actions. We have cut them off entirely. And DD doesn't even mind and never asks about them. She is treated so well by my large family that it really is no loss.
Answer by BlooBird at 8:52 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by sunshine58103 at 8:54 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
It depends. Are the 2 that got $75 older than the one that got $30? Or is it that the 2 that got $75 are bio grandchildren and the one that got $30 isn't? If it is that the 2 are older I see no problem with it but if it's the bio thing I have a problem with it.
Answer by JAIRATRACI at 8:59 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by ali_1107 at 9:00 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 9:04 PM on Apr. 2, 2010
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