Originally Posted by mommariffic
My Father in Law has some..issues. He is divorced from my DH's momma, lives alone, works and doesn't have any social life. He's a lovely man, but very...strange? I personally...
Originally Posted by DariusMom
Guests have a year to give gifts. Brides (and grooms! let's not be sexist!) should write thank you notes as soon as possible.
Thank you for repeating the three month...
Originally Posted by odenata
I agree her aunt is being rude, but wanted to clarify that etiquette generally gives three months, not a year, for thank you notes (Emily Post).
Even so, the Aunt is being...
Originally Posted by MicheleRMT
Since the last one went so well I'm going to ask you guys to be the ref.
On a who's right and who's wrong situation here.
Found out this morning that my 10 yr old dd has been...
Originally Posted by GreenGranolaMama
Ok so for the backstory: DH and I got married back in September. We planned and financed the entire wedding ourselves, with help from our very close friends and family. We...
Originally Posted by Mama2Bug
I think you can address the issue without being confrontational or telling them how to parent. I'd be pleasant and say something like "We really like Julie and enjoy having her...
Originally Posted by babygirlie
I didn't mean to be insulting to renters. I'm sorry.
What you said is true in my experience. When we were renters, we were really nice, caring, helpful and the landlords...