Gay - posted on 03/14/2010 ( 15 moms have responded )
When my husband and I were moving out of his parent's house his mother was watching our daughter while I packed and he took things over to our place. As I was in our old room packing I heard my daughter crying and the next thing I hear is my mother-in-law yelling at her, "Okay, I'm coming. Stop crying!" She was yelling at my daughter!! All I wanted to do was go out there and take my daughter from her and tell her to shut up! I just didn't want to cause issues. Not to mention not only did she yell at her, but when she was supposed to be watching her, she decided to have her mother (who has dementia) take care of our daughter so she could play WOW. So, lets get this straight, she yells at her and doesn't watch her when she says she will... Can I trust her? I don't already, but can I? Should I? I know that she is the grandparent, but after seeing and hearing that, I don't. I don't even trust my father-in-law much thanks to everything I have seen. They don't care to listen to me when I say I don't want the TV loud when my daughter is in there, I don't want her around alot of screaming.. So would you trust them?