My mother in law told my daughters that their father came to her in a dream and told her to come to the house and "check on them". I wasn't clear what she meant by "check on them" so i had to call. I felt like she was insinuating I was neglecting them or something. Then i was like good cause she hadn't been there for them in the past year since he passed. When they go over she bad mouths me and they have not been visiting as often. well now she is coming to my house and totally dissing me. No hello, no acknowledgement what so ever. I have been making myself scarce so they can visit but i feel torn. Idon't want my girls to see me letting this lady treat me like this but then again i don't want to stoop to her level and tell her if she can't be civil then they can visit on the porch. Please help me. David would never let anyone treat me like that. But out of respect for him i don't want to be nasty to his mom. HELP!!!!!
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