I guess I wonder how it went. Did she say "Hi all!" or just acknowlege one person but specifically NOT your DS?
I think it's generally rude not to acknowlege people you know but I suppose a lot of it depends on the existing relationship.
No. It would be polite if she did, you can't force such things on others. Teach your DS to be mannerly and polite and move on.
If I know someone, I usually expect a hi or nod of acknowledgement. and I would give the same even if I didn't like the person.
But it all depends on how it went down. If he was in a group, I wouldn't expect a personal greeting. If She didn't recognize him, I wouldn't expect a personal greeting.
If he came up and play with her child or greeted the child, I would expect at least a nod or something. I can't imagine just ignoring someone interacting with my child.
But I wouldn't make a big deal of it
I honestly wouldn't think too much about it. Last time BM ran into ODD, (few years ago) ODD asked her "When is Cj going to be coming?" and she replied "You are never going to see him again." She squalled. I slammed the front door in her face. She had come to start shit with DH.
she sounds childish.
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