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  1. #11
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    Oct 2012
    I live with my mum and trust me i know setting boundaries are hard and I've had many heated discussions about how i wish to raise my child and how she is not to over rule me!!.... is kinda hard though as i am still under her roof and she works in the afternoon/night.

    Main thing is to stay strong and wait and see how everything pans out.... who knows by the time bubs arrives and has been around for a couple of months she might find that she can't handle having bubs by her self as that comes down to bubs temperament (i'm not wishing an unsettled baby on you or anything like that)

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    Default Re: Mum expected to stay home with baby

    Sounds like you handled it well. My mil thought I'd go back to work full time and they would come live with us and raise our baby.

    I loled the first few times. Then had to say no. No no. No. Absolutely not. Under no circumstances.

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