Is your mother -In-law crossing the line ?

@goergineo (1498)
Jordan
April 22, 2008 12:45pm CST
Do you love your mother-in-law. does she get too much in you life? maybe, you do not like applying her roles to raise the your children!!!!!!!!! Is she crossing the line?????
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@dawnald (84132)
• Shingle Springs, California
22 Apr 08
She's all right but I don't think she belongs in my bathroom. Recently I threw out some supplements that my doctor told me not to take and I came home and she had taken them out of the trash 'just in case I didn't mean to throw them away'.
@foxyfire33 (10017)
• United States
22 Apr 08
I seem to have the opposite problem...I went grocery shopping on a Saturday and Tuesday FIL cleaned out the refrigerator because the trash goes Wednesday morning...he threw out 2 packs of hot dog, 2 packages of sirloin burgers and a package of ground beef that I'd just bought...because he "didn't think (I) was going to use them" since they *gasp* had been in there a couple days.
@dawnald (84132)
• Shingle Springs, California
22 Apr 08
Mine has done a little of that sort of thing too just not recently...
@kezabelle (2985)
22 Apr 08
Yeh my partners mother is always there with her oh so helpful advice that sometimes literally could harm my children, oh and trying to feed them mash with half a tub of salt in seriously im surprised all her kids lived past 5! My kids are either too hot or too cold or they arent dressed right her latest one is moaning about their hair not being tied back well the eldest hates it and the youngest doesnt have enough really haha! She always crosses the line but after almost 7 years im used to it and just nod and do my own thing!
@foxyfire33 (10017)
• United States
22 Apr 08
She does seem to forget which one of us is the mother and which one is the grandmother...and of course her son can do no wrong so it's all my fault when things aren't done the way she wants them. Father in law is much worse to deal with though since he hates us...and even that is an understatement.