EVIL DAUGHTER

Ww - posted on 10/02/2014 ( 8 moms have responded )

4

0

1

My 22 year old moved back in for the second time with her baby whom is now 17 months old. I can't seem to say anything to her without her flipping out. She sends me nasty texts and now she threatens me with moving out and never seeing her or the baby again. I don't know what to do anymore. I would love to kick her out but there is a baby involved and it breaks my heart.

MOST HELPFUL POSTS

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 10/03/2014

13,264

21

2015

I'm not understanding how suggesting a contract is unhelpful?

Its a simple process that guarantees that both parties are covered. Just because you're dealing with a family member doesn't make it any less authentic!

My son & I had a contract for him living at home after HS. HE suggested it, not me, we both worked on it, and it worked out just fine.

What advice are you looking for? You've been told that, if she's not respecting you, or house rules, to get her out of there. If you don't want to do that, then go with a contract. Then she'll see, in writing, what she needs to do.

Seriously. It's either that, mediation, or you either live miserably or kick her out.

This conversation has been closed to further comments

8 Comments

View replies by

Vanessa - posted on 10/03/2014

5

10

0

you really just need to let her go... threatening to move out? hahaha her lil butt needs to grow up fast!!! I understand this hurts because of your grandchild but your daughter needs to learn... how is she going to learn if you baby her this way? Give her an option act right or get the heck out? I'm 26 and some kids are jokes

Ww - posted on 10/03/2014

4

0

1

I am finding that no one is very helpful here. The point is the baby gets hurt in all this and if I kick the daughter out, I am also kicking the baby to the street.

Jenz - posted on 10/03/2014

6

0

1

if you already called her Evil Daughter, then kick her out. She is big enough to have a baby, she is big enough to take it.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 10/03/2014

13,264

21

2015

As I said...What was your agreement with her when you allowed her to move back in, and is it in writing?

And...You ARE ok to enforce house rules,etc, and she should expect to adhere to a contract if you are allowing her to live in your home as an adult.

In the contract you outline expectations for room/board, behaviour, and other expectations that you have of her while she is living in your home.

So...I would recommend that you sit down with a mediator, work out a contract, and move forward. Again, as I said, if she is unwilling to do this, she must not need your support as badly as she thought she did.

Ww - posted on 10/02/2014

4

0

1

I'm not sure what your are talking about as this has nothing to do with disciplining her daughter. this is about my 22 year old being disrespectful

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 10/02/2014

13,264

21

2015

What was your agreement with her when she moved in, and is it in writing?

You should not be attempting to discipline her child, necessarily, but you ARE ok to enforce normal house rules, etc, and she should expect to adhere to a contract, if you're allowing her to live in your home as an adult.

I would recommend that perhaps you sit down with a mediator, work out a contract for her living in your home, and move forward. If she is not willing to do so, then she must not need your support as badly as she thought she did...

Join Circle of Moms

Sign up for Circle of Moms and be a part of this community! Membership is just one click away.

Join Circle of Moms