(Closed) Nagging MIL

posted 6 years ago in Married Life
Post # 3
664 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I think she needs to be told to butt out, but it may be more effective coming from your Darling Husband than from you (and possibly less hurtful too). If she’s this nosy and pushy now, I can only imagine how bad it’s going to be once your LO is born.

Post # 4
2497 posts
Buzzing bee

@Cem0930:  I think you should express your concerns to Darling Husband so that he can handle most of the nagging incidences whenever possible, but I also think you should stand up for yourself if she nags YOU about you or the baby. That being said, I personally wouldn’t deal with instances where she nags Darling Husband about himself.

Post # 5
1475 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Oh my – I am probably going to be in your shoes in a few years. I am getting married this year and my Future Mother-In-Law sounds similar to yours. She too, is always asking if my fiance has been to the dentist, the doctor, if he got the flu shot, if he put the snow tires on the car yet, if we took the snow tires off the car yet, if we have taken the dog to the vet, and on and on. I DO love my Future Mother-In-Law too, but sometimes I just get so annoyed. And my fiance is one to not make waves either.

I agree with the ladies about me. I think you should have your husband talk to her and (nicely) tell her to butt out.

Post # 6
1474 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

@Cem0930:  I am in a VERY similar situation. We are having our first baby, a boy, this summer and my Mother-In-Law is so convinced I don’t know how to eat the right things that they literally come by unannounced to drop groceries off at our house. I didn’t feel comfortable putting my foot down myself, but I impressed upon Darling Husband very strongly to do so. He still doesn’t think she’s over-stepping as I do, but we’re making progress.

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