Look down at my shoes. You can see how much money a family has by looking at their shoes.
I think my mom is gradually getting to be a little more understanding and supportive of things. As for my mil, I know she feels judged and defensive about many of the parenting decisions we've made. Especially breastfeeding. I could write pages and pages about what my mil thinks of that. She asks me if I'm "still doing that" every time I talk to her. Last time, I told her we'd be doing that for a very long time. Lol. Mil acts like I'm taking advantage of dh by staying home. She subtly implies that he shouldn't have to lift a finger at home. Puke. She makes his work out to be super hard and stressful for him.. nevermind the fact that he has enough spare time to catch up on episodes of 30 Rock at his desk. In her mind he is always exhausted while I am laying around eating chips and watching soaps (ignoring all the household chores!) and the baby magically takes care of herself.