Post # 32
A quick “We have 1 seat reserved for you Mother-In-Law if you choose to attend. You have expressed how you feel, and so have we. And our feelings haven’t changed. We hope you will be there.”
This whole situation really sucks:(
Post # 33
I would call his mother and let her know that her husband is not welcome and if he shows up he will be escorted out by security. It’s your husnband’s day and she should respect his wishes. She can stay home with her abuser if she wants!
Post # 34
Security guard for sure. Normally I’d say you need to invite couples, but criminal behavior of this type overrides that.
Post # 35
Wow. So she blew off all the events that she was meant to be involved in….and then SHE decides her husband is in fact coming?!NO NO NO and more NO! For a start how freaking rude is that to TELL her son his abuser is coming.Its not HER wedding or event,she gets absolutely no say whatsoever.And all because she is worried what other bloody people might think.Did she not worry what they thought of him when he was an abusive bully?!Grrrrr im mad for ya
Your poor Fiance,he must be so upset right now.But he must also stay strong or he runs the risk of this POS turning up. I would keep the words very clear,simple and consistant
‘Im sorry Mom but i have made my decision,i stand by that decision and as its my wedding,fortunately,i get to decide who comes.I really hope to see you there’
Also any family menbers who have an issue with who YOU want,at YOUR wedding,well they can can be told the same
Post # 36
@BriansBride: Sounds like my FI’s father and his mom’s bfs. They won’t be at the wedding and won’t be missed.