Last night I had a Son and Mom Date Night. My 20 year old son and I have been butting heads for many reasons lately (check out my journal for full details @ csjoy1). Anyway, I suggested us going to dinner, of which he was excited about and called it "Mom and Son Date Night" since it had been a while since we had been out together. Anyway, @ dinner my son is texted that his friend - girl (not girl friend) is coming with a gift for him since she gets off work and is close by. Much to my surprise, I decided to enjoy the rest of our dinner and conversation, which was so delightful and not ruin the night by displaying a mom hissy-fit over someone crashing in on my parade! So I opted for the Crumbs, which were quite tasty and allowed for our mom and son date night to end early. I also opted out of going to the movies not cause I was disappointed, but simply cause nothing I wanted to see was playing and smiled as I drove myself home - OMG!!!
Mom's of Late teens or Adult children (son's or daughter's), would you or have you been in a similar situation and did you, or would you accept the Crumbs of the night of the two-some or would you be upset and let them know about the dissappointment of the original agreement? CRUMBS OR NO CRUMBS THAT'S THE QUESTION....FEEL FREE TO TELL YOUR SIDE OF THE STORY? csjoy1 BUMP UP PLEASE???
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