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I don't want to hear a WORD about not getting to see your granddaughter!

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post
Ugh I am so frustrated with my ex mil. She lives about eight hours away and always fusses about getting to see dd more.
She came down this weekend for Thanksgiving. She is leaving tomorrow and going to her sisters house five hours away instead of spending the holiday with her only son and only grand child. She has seven days off and is only spending two of them with them.
If she ever says anything else to me about "taking" dd from her I will go off (I have always let her take dd whenever she wanted her).
Posted by Anonymous on Nov. 17, 2012 at 5:20 PM
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by Platinum Member on Nov. 17, 2012 at 5:39 PM
No, she's splitting her time up between her family. There's nothing wrong with that.

Quoting Anonymous:

Yea. She has a full week off and only spent two days with her son and dd. But she ALWAYS complains about not seeing dd enough. And here she has the perfect chance to spend time with her and is chosing not too.

Quoting Litlmama87:

Ok, if I read that right, she did in fact travel 8 hours, & spent 2 days with your child? And is now going to visit other family members?

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by on Nov. 17, 2012 at 5:40 PM

ah well thats nice of you

Quoting Anonymous:

I have full custody. So she will usually text me and say I'm going to be down this date, can I pick her up from daycare? I always tell her yes necuase she only gets to see her every few months.

Quoting minnesotamommie:

why do you still talk to her if she is your ex mil? I wouldn't play nice with her anymore if you aren't married to her son anymore. that's his job and it's his job to make sure his mom see's his daughter, not yours. 

by on Nov. 17, 2012 at 5:45 PM
Does she complain a lot about not seeing her, but makes minimal effort to?
If that's the case I understand your frustration.
Other than that I could care less who sees my son as long as it's not effecting him
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