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Why are some people such b****es when they have a baby

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My poor mil is not allowed to see her grandson at all for a month. For no reason at all. Maybe I'm the crazy one but that just seems bitchy for no reason
Posted by Anonymous on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:07 AM
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Heymamashakeit
by on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:30 AM
I can see limiting visitors for a week maybe but a month? My poor MIL would go nuts. In fact we called her to the hospital when I was in labor so she could be one of the first people to see my DD. Lol by the time she showed up 10min later baby was born and all snuggled up.
Mel0dy
by Platinum Member on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:30 AM

She must be one of them new moms thats scared of germs lol she would go nuts if she seen me when mine was brand new. I let my dog give her kisses and I even put her on the floor (on a blanket). 

Quoting Anonymous:

I just find her to be annoying. I'm not allowed over either but I don't give a shit really. MIL is heartbroken.

And I know I haven't done anything to her


Quoting Anonymous:

 


Quoting Mel0dy:


some new moms are crazy as fuck 


 Yep, I was one of them. Not this crazy but CRAZY, I totally knew it all too. Now I am on kid two haven't done a single thing that I did with the first kid and have recently come to the conclusion that I have no idea what I am doing.



qslaqhay
by Silver Member on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:31 AM
The husband should grow a pair.

I understand the bonding and all that jazz but if his family isnt allow neitjer is hers! seriously some women are just BSC
bonitalilmama
by Silver Member on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:31 AM

It would be fine if she said she doesn't want anyone around but she only singled out her mother in law which is weird, maybe she did something that you don't know, I'm try to give her a benefit of a doubt 

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:31 AM
Her house is packed with visitors from her family and her friends. She had a niece in the labor room (not delivery) hacking all over the place not covering her mouth.


Quoting Mel0dy:

She must be one of them new moms thats scared of germs lol she would go nuts if she seen me when mine was brand new. I let my dog give her kisses and I even put her on the floor (on a blanket). 

Quoting Anonymous:

I just find her to be annoying. I'm not allowed over either but I don't give a shit really. MIL is heartbroken.



And I know I haven't done anything to her





Quoting Anonymous:

 



Quoting Mel0dy:



some new moms are crazy as fuck 



 Yep, I was one of them. Not this crazy but CRAZY, I totally knew it all too. Now I am on kid two haven't done a single thing that I did with the first kid and have recently come to the conclusion that I have no idea what I am doing.





Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:33 AM
It's all of dh's family who is singled out. Not just mil. She is just the one that is heartbroken over it ...


Quoting bonitalilmama:

It would be fine if she said she doesn't want anyone around but she only singled out her mother in law which is weird, maybe she did something that you don't know, I'm try to give her a benefit of a doubt 


Anonymous
by Anonymous on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:33 AM
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Maybe his family is overbearing or talks shit about her. Sounds like it to me.

mommyof2andTTC
by Silver Member on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:33 AM
Poor mil... I know when i had my first i refused to take her out of the house for 6-7 weeks... I was crazy though lol...

My MIL was in the room for 1st birth and she'll be in and out of the room for this babies birth...

I'm not crazy this time though lol...
Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:33 AM
He should but he's not.


Quoting qslaqhay:

The husband should grow a pair.



I understand the bonding and all that jazz but if his family isnt allow neitjer is hers! seriously some women are just BSC

hip2it
by Silver Member on Sep. 20, 2013 at 10:33 AM

I agree.  Only my mother will know and that's ONLY because she's keeping my older children when I'm in the hospital.  My rules apply to everyone, though.  NO visitors unless expressly requested by DH AND I.

When we feel up for visitors, I'm only allowing my mom and stepdad, his dad and stepmom, my bro and sil, and his younger bro and sil.  The rest of our families are toxic and/or couldn't care less.  I am saying, however, if you have so much as a sniffle to NOT come over.  I've dealt with RSV before, I'm doing everything in my power to avoid dealing with it again, even if that means going overboard.

But we are a bit psycho, we aren't allowing any photos until the birth announcements have been released.  It's OUR baby, WE are announcing it to others, not you.

Quoting Anonymous:

Which would be fine if those rules applied to everyone and she wasn't singling dh's family out to be a bitch


Quoting hip2it:

I haven't put a time limit on it, but I'm due in November and not allowing any visitors in the hospital.  I will have just had a baby rip out of me, can I get a minute???  We aren't even telling anyone we're going to the hospital so no one will know.  Once we're home and settled, however long that takes, and feel like entertaining people, we'll let those closest to us come over for short visits.  I'm not dealing with hours out of anyone.  WE are having a baby.  It is not about THEM.  If anybody doesn't like it they can keep their ass at home.



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