Where should girlfriend sit at my daughters shower.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015 ( 27 moms have responded )

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I am under a lot of stress these days.
One thing in particular has put me in an awkward situation and that’s my daughter’s wedding.
I need some advice or helpful feedback.

I am divorced over ten years. My ex moved his girlfriend in to our home fairly quickly. And even though this women knows my children, has been part of there lives, she did not raise them, my girls never once referred to her as step mom. It was always dad's girlfriend. My daughter is now engaged and planning her wedding. I will help out if asked, give an opinion, go shopping if ask. But my daughter & her guy are doing most of the planning themselves. I'm proud of my daughter & love her so much.

I am trying to be helpful as much a possible but other than when I am asked, I do not get to involved
In the planning or decisions of her wedding day. . She has been good about including me whenever possible.
Her sister is also a big help to her.
A few months back I asked her if I could organize a small bridal shower for her.
I wanted her to have the shower, as I think it is like a rite of passage to the wedding.

She agreed, and so her sister &
I started to plan out this shower.
My daughter is young and has limited funds and me wanting to be the good mother, have been paying for most, if not all of the shower.
I have kept both girls informed on all the details and planning.
I have made sure that The bride was happy with the venue, the theme of the shower, the flavor of Cake , what games to play and the guest list. I decided to invite people from my side, her dads side and the grooms side of the family. A large expense for me.
I am living a little vicariously through my daughter and that being said, I wanted this to be a very nice event and figured it would be the only shower She would get before her big wedding day.

The problem is this. As I was planning out the guest list, I figured we would have roughly 60 to 70 women. 8 women per table blah blah blah….
No brainer, right.
Well the other day, my younger daughter makes a comment about her dad’s girlfriend sitting at the same table with myself, the grooms mother & my daughters, plus the other two girls in the bridal party. (Which happen to be the grooms daughters).
The bridal party is small so other than them & the mothers of the couple I was not expecting any one else to sit at our table.
I did not think about my ex’s girlfriend nor did I do it out of malice. I simple thought to myself that she would be seated at a table with her mother in-law & the
sisters in-law. This to mean seemed not only appropriate but a natural reasonable course of action. I have always been kind, considerate & friendly when I had to be towards my ex. Never any drama.
But this is my daughters bridal shower. A party that I am hosting, I am paying for and organizing. I am her one and only mother. And to be honest I do not want to have to share any time more than necessary with that women. To be honest, she seems like a nice enough person and I am happy my children like her & get along with her. But now for the first time ever, I am hearing the word step mother being through around and it is upsetting to me. My daughter seems to feel that this women should be seated with the mothers and that this is her place. I do not see how on god’s green earth she has earned this right.
Nor do I see how this issues has become so important to my daughter who also has told me that she does not want anyone talking or thinking that there is any problem between them. Well let me just say when I heard these words coming out of her mouth I was beside myself.

I know that the day of the wedding will be hard for me. A single person surrounded by happy couples. Everyone pair off, dancing, celebrating and me alone sitting at a table surrounded by very few family members & friends. I have come to know & expect that this is her day and my daughter will plan it as she sees fit. Very little input from me and even less of my involvement. The shower was my project my small contribution that I could have some control.
Not only has she taken this away from me but there is no way it can ever be fixed. I cannot pretend that her concerns regarding her father girlfriend were not front and centre. I cannot pretend that she is always more attached to that side of the family. I have come to realize that no amount of money, trips or love that I offer to this child will ever make her stop and think of me as a women, a person and her mother.
And finally, my daughters last concern for the shower was the type of table. Would it be a round table like the one our invited guest would sit at or she wanted to know if the table would be a long head table. When I asked why & asked which one she preferred, She quickly stated that the longer table would be better.
I was told how the round table was great for promoting conversation and interaction among the invite guest, but for her so called step mother it would be uncomfortable since I was going to be seated at the same table, my daughter thought it best to get the long head table style so we would not have to look at one another or talk. I was discussed, ashamed and totally pissed off at this whole conversation and the sheer fact that my daughter who I have done everything possible for could dismiss my feelings and understand that her place was not by her side. That honour belong to me and I would not give it up without a fight.
My reasoning is simply that I am her mother. I am hosting the shower. I am paying for the shower. And that I do not want to believe that all of a sudden this women has meant more to my daughter then she has ever lead me to believe.
I do not want to say no to her but this is my honest reaction. Plus, even if I say no way she will sit elsewhere, The damage has been done and I will never get that feeling of lost out of my head and heart.
I have to fight for every crumb of affection with my child. I get left overs and I am reminded often that I am not her # one in her books.

Am I wrong to feel the way I do? Is this arrangement wrong in anyone else’s eyes? What is your opinion on this matter. I would love the feedback and please be honest.
My last resort is to allow the girlfriend to sit at my daughters table but I will make other arrangements for myself. Or do I just cancel the shower all together?

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/02/2015

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Rossana, after re-reading your OP, and all of your responses...I'm wondering...do you, perhaps have a bit of a medical problem?

In one post, you're pissy because of the circumstances, etc. In the next post, you love everyone involved, and everything's rosy. In the next, you are again pissy, in the next, rosy...and now we're back to "my ex and I are still best friends"...

I'm concerned. If you can't even reconcile your feelings from one second to the next, you are looking at way more stress than you need to be...perhaps a visit to a physician is in order to make sure that you are all OK (mentally as well as physically).

This is in no way meant as an insult, but just read back across your OP and your responses...You'll see it.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 02/02/2015

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Oh, boy, this took the cake “I have a right to throw what every party I want invite who I want & expect to sit where I choice without having to ruin my day. Because this shower is my gift to my daughter. So excuse me if I don't want someone shiting on my gift. His girlfriend can just as easily sit with his mother, his sisters & her other friends & not with me.
I have nothing against her but can I have one day that it's not about him & her.” Sorry, my dear lady, but you are VERY sorely mistaken. THIS IS NOT ABOUT YOU. THIS IS NOT YOUR DAY!!!!! Your day was when YOU stood at the altar and got married. THIS day, the one that you’re planning the shower for? ITS ALL ABOUT HER. Your daughter. What will make HER happy. Not you.
Here’s where I play the quote game: You say: “A few months back I asked her if I could organize a small bridal shower for her. I wanted her to have the shower, as I think it is like a rite of passage to the wedding”~~That was nice of you! What a great mom! Personally, I think 60-70 people takes it out of the realm of “Small”…but that’s my opinion
You say: “. I decided to invite people from my side, her dads side and the grooms side of the family. A large expense for me”~~Perhaps that should have been an indication to cut down on the guests? Just sayin’…LOL
You say:”I am living a little vicariously through my daughter…I wanted this to be a nice event”~~STOP. Stop right there. You had your wedding (presumably). This is NOT about YOU, it is about her. Stop living vicariously. If you aren’t doing it entirely FOR your daughter’s day, then you are doing her a disservice
You say: “I figured we would have roughly 60 to 70 women. 8 women per table blah blah blah….
No brainer, right.”~~Just had to comment here…You must be a very formal woman, to have a seating chart for a party…I’d probably be extremely out of place at such a staged event. Each to her own, though, since you were spending the money.
You say: “I have always been kind, considerate & friendly when I had to be towards my ex. Never any drama”~~How can you say never any drama, when in the first ½ of the sentence you admit to only being considerate and friendly when you HAD TO BE? Of course there was drama.
You say: “this is my daughters bridal shower. A party that I am hosting, I am paying for and organizing. I am her one and only mother. And to be honest I do not want to have to share any time more than necessary with that women”~~Ok, so don’t visit with her at the shower. It’s not about YOU. Does your daughter want her there? Does your daughter want her to sit at the same table you and she are? That right there tells you what to do. Seat the woman at your table and suck it up. It is for your DAUGHTER. Not you.
You say: “But now for the first time ever, I am hearing the word step mother being through around and it is upsetting to me”~~Ah, the actual root of the problem. Most likely, the girls have been referring to the woman as their step mother ever since she became their stepmother. Most likely, they chose NOT to let you know because they knew you’d have a bad reaction. Get over it. Your kids have a step mother. Quite a few do, you know. Again, not about YOU.
You say: “My daughter seems to feel that this women should be seated with the mothers and that this is her place. I do not see how on god’s green earth she has earned this right”~~Perhaps, because your daughter has CHOSEN to allow this woman into her life…? Ever think about that?
You say: “I know that the day of the wedding will be hard for me. A single person surrounded by happy couples”~~Oh for God’s sake, get over it! THIS IS NOT YOUR PITY PARTY. If you feel that you will be out of place ‘alone’, then get yourself a friggin date!
You say: “Everyone pair off, dancing, celebrating and me alone sitting at a table surrounded by very few family members & friends”~~Um…I can’t blame your family, actually, because your entire post has been self-centered, and narcissistic.
You say: “I have come to realize that no amount of money, trips or love that I offer to this child will ever make her stop and think of me as a women, a person and her mother”~~Lady, if you come across to your child as this desperate for attention, I can’t necessarily blame her. Stop trying to buy her love, treat her as a human being, not a possession or status symbol, and perhaps you’d be happier with your relationship with her.
You say: “When I asked why & asked which one she preferred, She quickly stated that the longer table would be better. I was told how the round table was great for promoting conversation and interaction among the invite guest, but for her so called step mother it would be uncomfortable since I was going to be seated at the same table, my daughter thought it best to get the long head table style so we would not have to look at one another or talk”~~You pretty much made her feel like crap when she told you who she wanted at the head table, so she makes a concession to make you feel better, and you don’t like the concession. Well, figure out how to compromise over a situation like an adult. The ‘honour” of being next to the bride belongs to HER maid of honour, actually, not the mother of the bride. Again, the shower was not for YOU!
You say: “My reasoning is simply that I am her mother. I am hosting the shower. I am paying for the shower. And that I do not want to believe that all of a sudden this women has meant more to my daughter then she has ever lead me to believe”~~So, because you are footing the bill (out of your extreme love for your daughter, right?) She doesn’t get to say that she’s got a great relationship with her step-mother? Oh my good grief. Again, I’d be willing to lay odds that she’s ‘never’ mentioned it before, because she knew you’d take the earliest opportunity to make it all about how she’s abandoning you for (gasp)’that women’
You say: “I do not want to say no to her but this is my honest reaction. Plus, even if I say no way she will sit elsewhere, The damage has been done and I will never get that feeling of lost out of my head and heart”~~Stop kidding yourself. Even if you don’t say anything now, your sulk, and your pouting has already told your daughter exactly how you feel, and how old you feel like acting about it. Quit lying to her. Be honest.
Remember:

1) Whether you like it or not, your children’s stepmother has been involved with them for the last 10 years (by your own admission). She HAS helped to raise them, and has participated in their lives.
2) When you put on a shower, whether it be bridal, or baby, it is about the person that you are throwing the shower FOR. Not yourself. One should not offer to host a shower to give themselves status, nor to get themselves noticed. One hosts a shower to help a friend or relative get a new start in their life.
a. This means that it doesn’t matter who YOU think is (or should be) important to your daughter, it is about who SHE feels is important to her. Again, it is not YOUR day. If you can’t reconcile that, in your own head, gracefully bow out now.
3) A narcissistic parent is not very becoming.
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Michelle - posted on 01/31/2015

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This woman has been in her life for 10 years, that's a significant amount of time.
I agree that 60-70 people isn't a small gathering, I didn't even have that many people at my wedding!!
Cancelling the shower will just look like you are having a tantrum because you didn't get your own way, do you really want to portray yourself like that?
I understand you have been the one to organize and pay for it but it's still your daughter's day. I think the other women have told you what "most" women would do but I know there are some that what to have the last say in everything, my Mother is one of them. One of the main reasons I eloped for my 2nd wedding and got married in another country for my 1st!!!
I've also had to deal with my Mother's Husband not even wanting to be in the same room as my Dad. It's horrible being a child in the middle, why can't the "parents" (step and bio) just get along. My ex husband and current husband get along and my children won't have to decide who gets invited to what event.

Raye - posted on 01/30/2015

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Rossana, we don't know the relationship you have had with your daughter for 30 years. We only know what you have written. We never said you were a bad mother, only that you were being stubborn and selfish about this one point.

You wanted advice and we gave it to you... be a supportive mother and give your daughter what she wants... BOTH you and her father's girlfriend at the same table. Your daughter said she understands it will be uncomfortable and that the table should be set so you both don't have a straight view of the other and don't have to talk much to each other. Whether or not you believe "the woman" has earned the right to be there, your daughter wants her at her table. You would be hurting your daughter and yourself to "make other arrangements for yourself" or "cancel the shower all together". So think about it.

Take a while to calm down. Breathe. And then do the right thing.

Dove - posted on 01/30/2015

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My own mother and stepmom (who didn't become my stepmom until after I was married) have been at the same locations many, many times over the past decade or more. I have no doubt that it is at least slightly uncomfortable for both of them... but they do it as needed to both see their grandchildren at their birthdays and other important events.... Even though my stepmom had zero part in raising me... I still love her and value her as a woman and as an important part of my dad's life (daddy's girl here).

You have MANY years ahead of you where this is going to be a potential issue... I hope you can figure out the best way to deal w/ it, so that you don't miss out on the best parts of life.

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Bunchalotta - posted on 03/31/2016

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Is she the girlfriend or the wife, I'm confused since you said stepmother.

In situations like this, the children come first. Don't ruin your child's special day over petty arguments over who is more important. Let her love who she wants to love and be thankful that the other woman loves and cares about your child. Just bite your tongue, put a smile on your face and treat the stepmother and your former in laws with grace. Show them you are a classy person who loves your daughter. You will always be number 1 in her life. Think about how sad it is for her to have to worry about not hurting anyone's feelings when all she should be thinking about is her special day.

Mandilowthiansmith - posted on 02/06/2015

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Might be a thought to take the time to get to know this gal. Sounds like she did a good job being part of their lives. You might surprise yourself by liking her.

And perhaps it should be your daughter's call as to where folks are seated. At the end of the day, it's one day out of HER life. Breathe deep, and enjoy the flowers.

Rossana - posted on 02/02/2015

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I can imagine how difficult relationship are. My ex husband & I were child hood friends. We married young & had two wonderful girls. We are still the best of friends. I am very easy going & always accommodating, if you can believe it. I have forgiven many things through the years. His girl friends seems nice & is very nice to my girls. I don't interact with her much but don't need to. My daughters see her when they need to but she is so indifferent to most situations.
I recently lost my mother a few months ago & my dad & brother are all gone. I know I've been feeling somewhat lonely with out them & sad they won't be at the wedding. We went shopping for dresses yesterday & had a long talk. We are not sure how we will organize the seating, but my daughter did understand. I'm not even sure how I feel about anything any more.
I don't want to hurt this women. She is never really left out. Anyway, she is coming to my house in a couple of weeks.
I am making a family dinner for all of use.
16! Of us. To all get together & get to know the in laws. Lol should be interesting.

Trisha - posted on 02/02/2015

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I did the exact same thing as Raye with my second marriage. My mom completely destroyed my first wedding day, and had me in tears over some rude comments about my MIL's family.... It was all due to her jealousy of them.

Edit: to answer your question, the girlfriend should sit where your daughter thinks she should sit. Honestly, if you can do this for her, and look past all of the awkwardness, your daughter will be so proud of you, and everything you have done. The amount of money, and planning won't matter nearly as much as you smiling and being as genuinely kind as you possibly can be, so that everything can be a positive experience for her.
I understand that you do not believe that this woman doesn't deserve this right, but It will avoid drama for the entire family, including your daughter.
You know what the right thing to do is, it is just a matter of looking past think is fair and sucking it up and doing what you know would make your daughter happy, because ultimately - this day and occasion are for her. If you are doing it for any other reason, it isn't the right reason.

Raye - posted on 02/02/2015

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My husband did not want to invite his mother to our wedding because she's a control freak and would have tried to take over everything. And because I didn't want her to feel left out, we didn't invite anybody. Just me, him, his 2 kids, the minister and the photographer. We wanted to have a casual family gathering a few weeks later, but she was also turning that into a formal affair, so that was cancelled, too.

If you try too hard to get your own way, you run the risk of alienating your child and having them resent you. It is worth that much to you?

Dove - posted on 01/31/2015

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No kidding Michelle. My brother and I got married the same year. He got married earlier and my mom paid for everything for him. From after his wedding... ALL I heard from her was how much money she spent on it and how it was a waste and how it was a slap in the face (issues w/ my SIL). So... I didn't even invite her to MY wedding. lol

Granted, we have a good relationship NOW... but I pretty much didn't talk to her at all for a couple of years until I had kids.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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Raye Ramsey, you are so wrong.
But I do not have the time or the strength to write it all down. You think I haven't lived my kids, wiped tears, played games read books and done all those things.
I'm so tired here of defending my self. I'm not the selfish enemy you are making me out to be. Yes, there are millions of different type of women out there. Good morhers, bad ones. But this is turning into a war of who's the better women. I just can't do this....

Raye - posted on 01/30/2015

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Your words: "... I asked her if I could organize a *small* bridal shower for her." 60-70 people is not small and is not just "close" family and friends. But that's not the point here.

You are not "wrong" to feel the way you do. Feelings are valid even if the underlying reason for them is flawed. You absolutely don't have to sit "next" to your ex's girlfriend, but being at the same table is not the end of the world. Why can't you put aside your discomfort for the sake of your daughter? How many times in your post do you talk about YOUR project, YOUR expense, the one thing where YOU have control. It seems to us that your motivations are very selfish, when love should be selfless.

It's sad that you feel so neglected by your child that you NEED to have this your way to try and compensate for whatever is lacking in your relationship with her. Even if she is "daddy's girl" as you said, there's no reason why you can't enjoy and be grateful for the times that you do spend with her. And I would think that trying to make HER happy instead of making YOURSELF feel better would show her that you do care and that you can be supportive of her and show her genuine selfless love.

No, I do not have any biological kids of my own. I am a step-mother of two. But tell me how I am less of a mother when I run to my step-daughter's side because she fell on the playground, and her "real" mom just sat there texting on her phone. I read bedtime stories to them and tuck them in at night and their "real" mom never reads to them and barely pays any attention to them when they're at her house. I show up at their birthday parties when their "real" mom forgets to request off work and can't make it. I show up at all their sports practices and games, and IF their "real" mom shows up she bums cash for admission for her, her fiancé and his two kids... and we suck it up and pay their way in because we don't want to refuse the "real" mom access to her kids [Edit: and we don't want the kids to be disappointed AGAIN if she wasn't there.] I sit next to her and put on a smile and chat, and I do it for the kids. They are not my kids by blood, but I beg ANYone to tell me to my face that I have not been a mother-figure to these two.

Yet, your words "When I said about money & trips I am talking about all the thing a mother does for her child in 30years" and "My kids have never once gone on a trip with her..." and "has never taken my girls shopping, to a movie, never once to a medical appointment." Money, trips and shopping are not the important stuff. She can't take them to a doctor appointment because she's has no medical authority. There are better examples of "all the stuff a mother does for her kids". Being there for them as much as you can, supporting and encouraging them, drying their tears, playing games, reading bedtime stories... that's all the important stuff. You just don't get it, and I feel sorry for your daughter.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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Again, thank you for your in put. It's appreciated. IIke I said... I wrote my feelings down, but I am writing from a 30 year relationship with my daughter. A daughter I love more than life. I am a simple mom with modest means. Not well but have struggle to give my girls everything. I never wanted them to say "we went without because mom is single."
I just wanted to host a nice shower for her, but at the same time... Didn't want to feel out of place in my own home.
I thank every one for there honesty & have a lot to think about. I wish you well,

Dove - posted on 01/30/2015

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Can you take yourself out of the equation, reread EVERY word you wrote, and tell me what you would think about someone who said every word you wrote? I don't know you except for what you have said... and I'm only getting my opinion on the situation from YOUR words on it.

I'm sorry that me saying what I would do for my own daughter is seen as an insult towards you, but I can't control the way you see this situation and how you handle yourself about it. Only you can do that. You asked for opinions... and you are getting them. Did you just expect that everyone would agree that you are justified to throw a fit over not getting your way w/ your adult daughter's bridal shower?

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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Dove good luck to you. I really hope everything goes your way. But you just seem to insult me over & over again because you think you know me or as you wrote.
. you'd better believe I would suck it up for HER... because that's what a decent, loving mother would do... not whine about all the money she's spending and how it would ruin her day.
I'm a good loving mother. And I don't need you telling me I'm not.
But you go think hat ever you want.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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60 people is the close family & friends.
It is not going to be extravagant. And my daughter .& I are close. But she is daddy's girl. Which is fine. When I said about money & trips I am talking about all the thing a mother does for her child in 30years. This wedding is about my daughter. Not me. I have been helping in every way possible. I understand that everyone reads & picks out only the parts that you notice. My god why can't you just see that I don't feel comfortable sitting next to this women. If I don't have to.
And just because she is with my ex for ten years doesn't mean she had been a huge part of my daughters life.

Dove - posted on 01/30/2015

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Actually... I've been a single mom of 3 for 7 years... their father has been w/ another woman for those entire 7 years... and yes, it would SUCK to be in your position because I can not stand the woman at all... but if my daughter wanted it... you'd better believe I would suck it up for HER... because that's what a decent, loving mother would do... not whine about all the money she's spending and how it would ruin 'her' day.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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LMAO!!!!! OMG it is so obvious you are not a mother. How could you be. You are either a step mother or someone's girlfriends. Good luck with your life.

Raye - posted on 01/30/2015

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Rossana, Dove is not wrong. 60-70 people at a bridal shower is extravagant and unnecessary. Since you can't plan the wedding and reception, you're having your own over-the-top party and it seems like it's all about you and your wants, not your daughter's. If dad's girlfriend has been in your daughter's life for 10 years, then she has been a mother figure in that house.

Just these words: "no amount of money, trips or love that I offer to this child" show that you are materialistic and that money and trips are more important than love. Stop trying to buy your daughter's love and actually be supportive of her wishes for her wedding. Get over yourself. Sit at the table with your daughter and her father's girlfriend and actually try to have a good time.

Candy - posted on 01/30/2015

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You are right! Thank you for your insight. I need to have someone that is not inside this situation to be objective. Point well taken. Tell me, how can I fix this problem? Any suggestions?

Dove - posted on 01/30/2015

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Your day? YOUR day? So... it isn't about your daughter at all, is it?

Yeah... sorry you don't appreciate the harshness of my response, but I got it based 100% on the words that you wrote. Perhaps you don't see it. Maybe you could pretend that it's not about you and just go and reread everything you wrote... or not.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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Oh and by the way in ten years, this women had never once been referred to as step mom. She has never taken my girls shopping, to a movie, never once to a medical appointment. My kids have never once gone on a trip with her or an putting of any kind. She is dads girlfriend. And they see her when they see dad.
I have worked two to three jobs to pay bills, & pay for braces, trips, clothes & school. I never once argued or put down their dad for not payiing child support.
I told my daughter to plan her wedding of her dreams. And I have offered nothing but some money to help.
I have a right to throw what every party I want invite who I want & expect to sit where I choice without having to ruin my day. Because this shower is my gift to my daughter. So excuse me if I don't want someone shiting on my gift. His girlfriend can just as easily sit with his mother, his sisters & her other friends & not with me.
I have nothing against her but can I have one day that it's not about him & her.

Rossana - posted on 01/30/2015

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Wow I join this group thinking I was going to get some opinions, advice. But never was I expecting such a harsh reply back.
Suck it up you say. Doing things to make myself look good. You don't know me. & I am glad I do not know you. Often opinions are based on ones own experience. There is s lot more to this situation then I can possible write down. I can only imagine what kind of Individusl you are.

Dove - posted on 01/30/2015

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You are entitled to your feelings, but you seriously need to suck it up and get over it. It's been TEN YEARS... and whether or not you paid for the shower... it's for your daughter... so put her first or be petty and cause problems for YOUR DAUGHTER. If your daughter wants the woman that has been stepmother for 10 years at her table... that is where she should be. Did you offer to do this shower and pay for it to make yourself look good to your daughter... or to make HER happy? Both of her mothers should be at her table and both of her mothers should just deal w/ it.

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