I wrote my sister a kinda put down email. My mom for last mother day got from sister a elephant with two broken legs (one leg put on badly and the other not attached) a Easter elephant with jelly beans and the discount price tag, a duck pond cork bottle top (my mother which is a recovering alcoholic) and a dog toy-fish. I wrote "you gotmom a dog toy for motheres day???". I figured to not pick on everything. Turns out my niece got it for my mom. But that wasn't even my point my sister in the end oked it and paid for it. But I thought that was out of line of her to her hurt daughters feelings like this.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:56 PM on Jul. 18, 2010 in Parenting Debate
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Answer by Anonymous at 1:03 PM on Jul. 18, 2010
1) Your personal emails are your personal emails and your children should not read them.
2) Based on how YOU told the story You were the one totally out of line. It is NOT your business AT ALL what a sibling gives as a gift to your mother and based on what YOU said I think you owe your sister a Huge apology. That was simply rude of you... if she makes a poor choice of gifts that is on her and has NOTHING to do with you.
I would not allow my kids to read an email that showed how rude I had been.
Answer by sahlady at 1:03 PM on Jul. 18, 2010