Do you spoil your grandchildren rotten knowing there going home to mom and dad?
Isn't it kind of the golden rule for grandparents, spoil em rotten and then send them home ))
No because it's not fair to the children nor the parent. Also I knew that if my parents or my ex's family allowed my children to either have something I didn't want them to , allowed them to watch a show I felt wasn't appropriate or to break one of the rules I set forth I would be upset and felt it was disrespectful to undermine me to my children. I feel it's important for grandparents to respect the wishes the parents have set forth. You may not agree with how they choose to raise " their " children but that isn't your choice. You've already raised yours, let them raise raise theirs.
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