Re: The Lesson Took
- From: betsey <twoxover@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 18:00:29 -0700
On Sep 18, 7:43?pm, "BEI Design" <nobeidesigns...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
BEI Design wrote:
These Grandparents so far have been very hands-off even
though they live right here in town. I'm almost always
the only one to show up for the children's
competitions, Grandparents Day at school, etc. Their
relationship with the kids will have to be built from
the ground up. Unfortunately, it appears there is some
early onset of dementia in one or both.
That is sad. Perhaps they will be able to connect
better, though. They might not always understand who the
Oh, they know who they are, they just aren't (or at least
haven't been) hands-on grandparents.
Your daughter has her hands full!!
She does indeed. I urged her to be sure she and DSIL are on
the SAME PAGE about how they will handle issues such as
discipline of the children, work-sharing, privacy, expenses,
I just fervently hope the in-laws sell their house soon, and
are able to move into an assisted living situation.
Beverly, who just finished 5.75 hours of sewing which DD
will use as a credit against DGD's dance lessons. Whee!- Hide quoted text -
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(delurking)....perhaps even with their problems, by living in the same
house as the kids, they will learn to love and appreciate them----
but, as a daughter in law who had an extremely difficult mother in
law....please please stress the importance of she and her DH being on
the same page. sometimes it seems, sons waffle when their wives need
them to be strong....
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