How would you deal with my Sister in Law

Discussion in 'Kids & Teenagers' started by MrsSB, Jul 8, 2019.

  1. MrsSB

    MrsSB Well-Known Member

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    So my daughter and nephew are in the same class at school. For the second year in a row my dd has not been invited to her cousins party but her friends have been. I invited my nephew in her class but not his other siblings to try and set a presidence that she invited my dd in class but not my other kids but low and behold she has done it again and not invited my dd. To add salt in wound when i only invited nephew in dd class they brought their other child along and i had to pay for him even though he wasnt invited. What would u do if your dd was upset and in my situation. I also work with my brother in law ( dad off nephew), he is my youngest dd godfather and every time they want something they come running to us eg look after pets, check on house while on holiday etc. Fuming. Need advice asap. Thank you for your comments in advance
     
  2. HLx

    HLx Mummy of 2, Baby #3 due 9th Nov 19

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    I'd be so upset with this! I have no advice for you really but if that was my children id be gutted for them! When we have parties, the class gets invited, plus family members, and as your sister in laws kids are family and one being in class gosh they'd all definitely be invited. I don't know what I'd do but I'd probably have to just ask her why the others are not invited as they are family. I'm sorry I'm not of much help
     
  3. MrsSB

    MrsSB Well-Known Member

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    Thank you anyway for your reply, we do everything for them, and this is 2nd year this has happened. Just furious. I can either ignore and not invite my nephew but all his friends who my dd plays with or go mad now. She is a gp as well so hardly skint and her husband get about same as her per month. Just furious
     
  4. Scout

    Scout Well-Known Member

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    Since it's family, I'd have no problem asking what was up. Are the cousins friends? I know they are in the same class; do they play together? That would be my deciding factor on inviting the nephew to your dd's party. Assuming this is hubby's sister or brother? Maybe he can ask?? I'd need some kind of explanation just to get it off my chest as I'd be mad too.
     

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