Post # 16
I say go for a bit. Don’t stay long if you get uncomfortable. Nave an excuse or other plans in your back pocket. But you shouldn’t have to miss out on family stuff because of SIL. It’s good to keep contact with the rest of the family. Your SIL can skip it if she doesn’t like it.
Post # 17
Anybody who cannot show a little understanding to an autistic child and prevents her son from playing with his autistic cousin is horrid in my book. I would not worry about her feelings. Hold your head up high and ignore her.
Post # 18
whitums : “Are you her SIL?” LOL that’s what I was thinking!
Post # 19
zl27 : +1,000 Totally agree. How can someone be so heartless?
Post # 20
zl27 : she thinks that I’m lying and I told him that he wasn’t allowed to play with her son because I don’t like him. Which I did not but she doesn’t believe me. So she won’t let her son play with mine, which doesn’t make sense if she believes he’s innocent and only telling her son what I told him. She just wants to be mad and horrible at this point.
Post # 21
moonviolet : So how did it go? Was SIL able to be civil for the sake of the family/kids?
Post # 22
whitums : BeeBlake : LOL, I think you are right. Such a strange response otherwise.
Post # 23
moonviolet : I’m curious as well to see how this crazy chick acted or if she even showed up?