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11-10-2013 20:33 #1
Do you / would you live with your MIL
11-10-2013 20:35 #2
I have, and it wasn't bad, but I definitely wouldn't now that I have DS. We would butt heads for sure!
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11-10-2013 20:36 #3
No I don't and never would.
It just would be super uncomfortable and awkward. We do not see eye to eye on much (especially parenting) and are not close at all.
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11-10-2013 20:36 #4
Twice. Six months at her house (in Fiji). That for the most was fine, I loved my time over there. Second time was her in our house and it drove me nuts!! She did not give me the same respect I gave her when I was in her house. Don't get me started on all the things she did that annoyed me lol
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11-10-2013 20:44 #5
No way. Mostly because of her DP.
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11-10-2013 20:45 #6
I don't and I wouldn't even consider it. She's lovely don't get me wrong. But i just wouldn't do it. I once lived with an x and his mother and it was a nightmare.
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11-10-2013 20:50 #7Senior Member
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Mine is staying with us atm. She has been here two days and the kids are already playing up and out of routine. We get along fairly well, and she is very helpful, but long term, no way.
Mother to three gorgeous little men
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11-10-2013 20:50 #8
I haven't but would consider it short term if we were in between houses and could save on rent. I'm lucky she is lovely and I actually clash with my mum a lot more!
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11-10-2013 20:51 #9
I like my (x) MIL but I wouldn't be able to live with her. I think she lets her youngest son walk all over her too much.
Single mummy to a wonderful DS (Born 11/12/2008)
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11-10-2013 20:54 #10Senior Member
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god no. *shudders*. She is a lovely lady and all, but her habits get on my nerves at the best of times..
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