They get her gifts and stuff and ask how she's doing but they never ask if she can stay for a weekend.
I brought this up with Rob and today when we were there he paid a little closer attention.
His Gma had drake and was like "oh I'd love to keep him here" rob just said "you keep one, you keep both" she didn't answer.
When we were leaving their house his gpa said "are you sure you don't want to leave drake here for a few days? You guys look exhausted" again rob said "if drake stays here so does Leonie"
His mom later on texted and asked if we wanted her to keep drake next weekend so we could celebrate new years.
This is how the conversation went.
Her - do you want us to keep drake next weekend so you guys can celebrate new years? Maybe Diana's mom wants to keep Leonie.
Him - why don't you guys want to keep Leonie? I don't think this is fair, you always want drake but never Leonie. It makes us feel like she's not wanted.
Her - oh honey, they love Leonie she's just too rambunctious and they're old.
Him - well now you live with them so you should be able to handle it, it's 3 adults to one toddler. Either both or none, I'm not having Leonie cry for her brother all weekend because you don't want both. Diana's mom can handle both and she does it by herself too.
Her - ill talk to them and let you know.
See, the thing is, their house is all white carpet and couches and Krystal and glass. Leonie is 3 she wants to play and all she ever hears at that house is "no, don't touch that".
By the time we leave she's grumpy because she hears nothing but no all day long. That's why they dont want to keep her there, only drake cause he doesn't get in trouble yet.
What would you do?
We haven't had a day alone since drake was born in may and we could use a break but not like that.