- 5 years ago
- Wedding: September 2012
I am 21 weeks pregnant with my first child (a girl) at age 38. Long story short, this is a miracle baby since I was told by doctors that I probably would not ever be able to conceive.
My husband and I are excited, although I am a tad more over the moon than he is since he has 2 children from a previous marriage. Because we are “older,” we have decided this will probably be our only child together.
Enter the problem: my Mother-In-Law. She ranted about not wanting to come to our wedding, and then took pictures the whole time with her phone and posted them on facebook before we even made it to our own wedding reception (her friends are my husband’s ex-wife and a bunch of other people that have no business in ours adn were not invited). I have already been extremely protective of my little peanut, and I don’t want her posting pictures on facebook of our baby before I send out the pictures or make an announcement to my friends. FYI, I am not on facebook, or at least haven’t been active in several months, and I have blocked her. She is a chronic sh*t stirrer, basically, and I want my husband and me to be the ones to announce our news. She already called our baby name selection “horrible” to our faces. I thought “Anna Marie” was pretty…
Ladies, maybe I am borrowing some serious trouble, but this woman is toxic, and of course, she will want to come to the hospital and take pictures with her phone. Is there any way to police this without becoming the sh*t stirrer that she is? Would a nurse help me enforce this? Or hospital staff? Do I overlook this and be the bigger person???