My grandfather died and my brother intends to bring his hyperactive, whiny 5yr old to the service. I feel this is inappropriate. Not only because my nephew didn't even know his great-grandfather, but the child is much too young to understand. The service will be huge, with family and friends coming from all over the country to attend.
I have spent a great deal of time around my nephew and my brother can't even take his son into the grocery store without a scene.
How do I tactfully explain to my brother that his son shouldn't be there? or do I just ignore the screaming, crying antics of my nephew as he shatters the quiet in the church?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:08 AM on Dec. 10, 2008 in General Parenting
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