Am I expecting too much for Inlaws to provide dinner for my kids (1 and almost 4) when the whole family is invited to dinner?
Both are pretty good eaters and eat petty much anything, granted the baby has trouble with some textures and dry food or things more difficult to chew, but for them to both be completely forgotten about or actually just not even considered is ****ing me off!
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03-03-2015 12:49 #1
Dinner for kids at Inlaws etc
03-03-2015 12:52 #2
What?! Who wouldn't consider to feed the children?!
I would be super peeved!
03-03-2015 12:54 #3
Are you expecting them to make a different meal for your kids?
I wouldn't expect a different meal, but would expect there to be enough for DS to have a small plate.
03-03-2015 12:55 #4
Umm. If the 'family' has been invited for dinner then they should be providing for the whole family... Seems pretty straightforward! What strange people if they aren't bothering!
When dd was under 1 I used to take some food with me for her to have in addition to what was offered just in case.
03-03-2015 12:56 #5
03-03-2015 12:56 #6
So they don't get given a plate? Do your kids have allergies? If not and they are being overlooked I would be super confused and get two more plates and feed them from mine. In isolation, this is weird!
03-03-2015 12:57 #7
That's strange. If they're good eaters and all, I don't see why the kids aren't given a little plate of whatever everyone else is having?
No, you're not expecting too much.
What is their deal? Do you think they expect you to bring dinner over for your kids?
03-03-2015 13:02 #8Senior Member
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How ridiculous and rude of them. If they are inviting your family over to eat then thats what it is.....the family, adults , kids, whoever lives in your house. I would be super angry if my kids were not feed. I wouldnt expect them to make anything different for them, a small plate of what everybody else is having would be fine.
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Last edited by Tinkers; 03-03-2015 at 13:11.
03-03-2015 13:08 #9
I would expect them to be offered what the adults are eating that's all. I wouldn't expect them to make something different as they may be unsure what the kids eat as let's face it, kids can be fussy.
03-03-2015 13:10 #10
Nope. Unless your kids are fussy/allergies.
I do tho generally take food to people's houses if they aren't particularly close.
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