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A Grandparent's Advice

Started by RedRose, December 02, 2010, 06:27:19 pm

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Nana

Yes Anna at least you knew your mil would not stay long to feed your son so you were prudent about not telling her anything.  What was done was done.  I am imaginaning your face when you saw your son with his chubby cheeks lol.  My dil would have killed me if I had fed cakes to her childen.  She doesnt even given them cake often.  When they go to a party and she permits them to have a peace of cake, she removes the frosting from it lol.  Sometimes they cry because they want the frosting also yum yum. 

My gs (4) asks me for a piece of chocolate and tells me he will not tell momy.  It is so hard on me sometimes, because I want to make them happy but must respect rules.  Once in a while I do break the rules but tell dil....and she takes it well.

Well Anna, I hope for the prompt recovery of your dad.  You and all the ladies here have been my family this year and I thank you for sharing and being such a wonderful kind person.

May God Bless You
Merry Christmas
Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove:
Shakespeare