How much control do your allow your parents to have over your children?
None. In my case that is easy though as we live 1,000 miles from one family and about 600 miles from the other family.
the children grandparents.... I told them not to scold my children in front of me, that if I was there that it was my job. plus it is better for the grandparent to gain the child's confidence that way, and for parent rights for that matter. my mom is allowed a run the house so to speak, its nice to get lots of of other opinions and ideas because the child will be able to make good decisions and see other points of view on life. That's me, but if you have any family member history that has been in trouble with the law, by all means restrict!
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