so we recently moved in with my grandma to help her not lose the house and it is cheaper for us than where we were before. We do pay rent, utilities, internet, phone, and cable (granted not all of all of it but we pay on it) Well two of my uncles and my mom have a key to the house as well so they can check on my grandma or do things for her as needed. Well one uncle will come in the house with out knocking or annoucing he is here anything. When we were here before it was no big deal cause we weren paying and we were staying out of two rooms (it was for four month till we found a house and that was before we had our other two kids). But now we have the main livingroom (she has her own living room, master bed and master bath), co-share the kitchen, and have tthe rest of the house. To get to her you hve to go through the foyer and her livingroom (which none uses) or the main living room then the kitchen then her livingroom. I nurse our 3.5 week old daughter and in my own home dont feel like I should have to be covered (yes I have on a shirt but most of the time its a nursing tank that exposes one breast at a time) all the time in fear someone will just charge through the door. I dont mind covering when he comes but I feel he shuol knock first before coming in now. Am I wrong in feeling this way? I know I could tell my grandma how I feel and he say something but then he will yell at her (yes he does that) and then at me and then DH will get involved and it will be a big ugly mess (my family loves drama) so I dont want that but I want to be comfortable, ugh.
I already know that if I were to try and talk to him he would say its not my place to tell him what he can and can't do at his mothers house (been there done tht with something else)