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    I don't think it's rude if anyone in my family does it, we're very close and easy going. Friends, maybe it's a bit impolite but i wouldn't care much

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    Personally i think its super rude! You have a 1 week old baby! Even if you didn’t I’d still find it rude they didn’t ask you if you wanted anything.

    If you’ve just had a baby, and they are family, you’d expect they would be bringing dinner to you (whether they are childless or not) to help you out. Not just eating at your house.

    I’m very close to my family and friends, but no way I would rock up to visit family or a friend with a 1 week old baby, and hook into a phad thai and spring rolls for one??!

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    I think too, the fact that they came and ate and I had to clear up the dishes afterwards added insult to injury.

    They bought half a chicken with a tub of salad for themselves from a local shop...surely they could have bought a whole chicken and a bit more salad to share?

    Meh...DP's family are a bit odd like that

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    Extremely rude, I can't see how you could say otherwise.

    I could never do that and would have brought extra if I didn't ring through beforehand so the hosts could sit down and eat with us.

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    So so so rude! My brother and his GF do it all the time and I find it extremely irritating.

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    Just saw this thread and had to add that my SIL and her DH and DS turned up at my house 2 weeks after I had DS and asked to stay for dinner. My DH was too sleep deprived and stupidly agreed while I tried to feed my baby who had refused to sleep more than a nap since he was born. Gotta love family.


 

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