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    I would say no.

    Your still recovering. U need to tell her what's going on though. She might change.

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    Having an injury is difficult, but just from the information you've provided, I think it's unfair to keep your mother in law from seeing her grandchildren. I agree with the others who have advised to let your DH handle it if you feel you can't - I'm sure you have even considered this option.

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    Get DH to explain that youre not really up to it yet so for this visit he'll meet her at a park or similar with the kids etc.

    Its ok to be selfish when you are recovering from a serious injury. No need to give yourself added stress to cope with.


 

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