Controversy! Do grandparents have the same rights as parents?
Do grandparents have the right to tell your child what to do? Are grandparents basically like second sets of parents to our kids?
My ds's grandmother sometimes asks my son to do things, and he politely says, "No, thank you", and I do not correct him. In my opinion, he is not obligated to fulfil any requests of his grandparents that he doesn't want to (within reason, of course. I mean, if grandpa is telling him to stop climbing on the table, then that's a safety issue). He doesn't have to hug and kiss grandma is he doesn't want to either.
How do you all feel?