Frances Williams
Frances Williams thanked Didge Doo's answer

Some grandmothers are like that. I don't think it's healthy. For your own peace of mind you need to set the boundaries and make sure she understands how far she can go and where she should stop

DO NOT allow her to bully you.

Frances Williams
Frances Williams thanked The Z.'s answer

Weird? Hell yes it's weird, bordering on criminally so. If what you claim is true, I wouldn't let this strange woman get near my child alone and tell her so in front of everyone who matters.

Frances Williams
Frances Williams thanked Gator Blu's answer

I get the idea of coming to visit and help out after a C-section, as it is a tough thing to recover from and take care of a baby. However she is going overboard. I think it is time to tell grandma it is time she pack her bags and head on back home. Then … Read more

Frances Williams
Frances Williams thanked Danae Hitch's answer

It doesn't sound like your idea of personal boundaries and hers line up. I only took my son in the shower with me once or twice and he was about two and got into a terrific mess. It was just easier to get both of us clean at the same time.

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Frances Williams
Frances Williams thanked echooos echooos' answer

That's extremely weird. That shower thing is beyond odd, when my kids were infants there's no way I would let their grandmother take them in the shower with her. You need to put your foot down and tell creepy old grandma to back off. It's your baby not hers.