My dd doesn't know her that well, because she and I didn't speak much during the first 1.5 years of my dd's life. My dd is generally friendly, but she is obviously more comfortable with her parents.
So's mom left a message asking if she could throw our dd's second birthday party. I'm not sure what to do. On the one hand, it would be nice for my dd to get to know her grandmother better...but on the other hand, SO's mom has a tendency to "take over" everything. I don't want this birtday party planning to turn into a "now I'm going to start demanding to see my granddaughter on x,y,z days, etc" situation. SO amd I aren't married, so I don't think she would have a legal leg to stand on (especially since she has never been denied a relationship with the child). Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but I don't trust that woman. I'm cordial towards her, but I don't trust her.
What would you do? Any advice?
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