My boyfriend's mother is awesome. She loves and adores my 5yo dd (from a previous relationship) and is loving and supportive towards me. I'd like to do something nice for her for mother's day but I'm also a little worried that her (lovely but totally) over dramatic daughter will cause a scene.
For example: She said she wanted to take y DD and her husband's grandson to the zoo. Drama Queen goes "oh I wanna go to the zoo, her mom says no, this trip is just for the grandbabies and Drama Queen replies, then why does (my dd) get to go...
She's 24 years old. She can take herself to the zoo...
So you can maybe see my dilemma? I just want to thank her for all that she does and for accepting us like she has. Any ideas?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:27 PM on Apr. 22, 2010 in Holidays
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