Ok, this sounds harsh, but my MIL does not like my daughter. She adores my son (both kids are her grand kids btw)... but my little girl is always on the back burner. My son (who is 6) was tested to join a gifted program for school, in front of my 3 year old girl she says "well do you think Kylee is going to be just average"....WTH!?! How would I know she is only 3.
The sad part is I think my daughter knows that her own grandma doesn't like her. My daughter never wants to go over to visit, and when we do, she doesn't speak. My husband talked to her about this, but she doesn't get it....What do I say to my little girl? I try to make her (and my son) feel special, but I don't want this to hurt her to bad. Any Ideas?
Answer by pocmom at 2:09 PM on Mar. 19, 2011
Answer by cecyh9 at 3:13 PM on Mar. 18, 2011
Limit visits with Grandma until she (Grandma) grows up. Maybe absence will make the heart grow fonder & she'll wise up.
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