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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    I'm sure it will be ok. I'm sure your dp's grandmother would love a little hold. Just make sure she is sitting down and be close. I have previously read you have issues with ur MIL but without sounding disrespectful "I" think you are being a little unreasonable with your dp's grandma of 90. She probably loves your son greatly! Take a photo too cause ur son may appreciate that when he is older. Not everyone has great grandparents. I know that things like this can seem annoying specially with inlaws you don't get along with.
    I agree. Good luck today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenrose View Post
    Lol all you guys are very nice! I am not that nice!
    Just imagine it as yourself in her position, you are still mostly the same inside but your body and circumstances are so limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenrose View Post
    Lol all you guys are very nice! I am not that nice!

    Aw, maybe you should be for a little while, be the bigger person and rise above the issues you have for Granny, it would probably please your Dp alot.

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    I will!!


 

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