How to become a Good Mother-in-Law and Grandmother

 

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The primary rule for a mother-in-law who wants to get along with a daughter-in-law is “Avoid criticism.” Don’t criticize your daughter-in-law to her face. Don’t be critical of her to your son or even in the company of friends. Don’t act in ways that send critical messages, as in the following situation. Excerpt from How to Be a Good Mother-in-Law and Grandmother Grandparents also help a child’s emotional development by widening the circle in which children feel at home.

The first thing a baby learns if he is well cared for is that his mother and his father are people whom he can trust. Let me start you off with a quick saying, dear readers, to get you in the mood for my story how to be a good mother-in-law: “Close one eye to keep friends. Close both eyes to keep relatives. Close both eyes and your mouth to keep your daughters-in-law.”. How to be a good mother-in-law and grandmother Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

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When my son married many years ago I was, what I considered anyway, a “young” mother-in-law. I was in my 40’s. I felt privileged to not only have my daughter-in-law as part of our family, but I also felt privileged to be part of their new family..

I had always been close to my son, and now I felt wonderful that I also had a closeness with my daughter-in-law. Cathy, who blogs at An Empowered Spirit, said, “My mother-in-law is a friend and a mentor. She never judges or discourages me, and is always supportive of everything I’ve done. She’s a good listener, and calls me whenever something is up.

I think that’s why I’m crazy about her. I miss her it’s been a year since we’ve seen them in Florida. P.S. Make it a special 2nd Sunday of May for your grandmother in law because it is Mother’s Day. Share with her Mother’s Day messages for grandmother in law and Happy Mother’s Day Grandma.

Surprise her with Mother’s Day wishes for grandmother to tell her how special she is. Enter the word mother-in-law into an Internet search engine, and the first site that appears is about mother-in-law jokes. Simply mention the word mother-in-law and expect to hear groans, laughter or bad mother-in-law stories.. Unfortunately, many mothers-in-law have earned the reputation. Consider the story of a bride who wanted to please her new husband.He often mentioned how much he loved.

The best mother-in-law knows when to give advice, and when to hold her tongue. It’s a tricky skill to learn, to be sure, and especially with a new baby on the scene. Still, it’s vital to a. If Timothy’s grandmother, Lois, had not been faithful in passing on her faith to her daughter, Eunice, and her grandson, Timothy, we probably would not have First and Second Timothy in the Bible today.

This is a good generational example of the importance of passing on the faith to future generations.

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Another call had me telling a daughter-inlaw to loosen up and let Grandma do grandparent things even when they seem to spoil the kids—that’s what kids throughout the ages have enjoyed about going to Grandma’s house!

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Therefore, any paternal grandmother who wants to be closely involved must do what may not always come naturally: go out of her way to be a supportive, nurturing mother-in-law!

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If you are fortunate enough to have grandparents at hand, do try to organise a regular time each week when they help you, either by taking the toddler to the park or allowing you a little time out with your toddler while they look after the new baby.

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But please avoid the mistakes that some new grandparents make—monopolizing the baby, criticizing the parent’s decisions and actions, and giving unwanted, out-of-date, or opinionated advice.

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Have your son accompany you and prompt him ahead of time to let Grandma go first, hold the door for her, and pull out her chair.

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If you are visiting a mother in her home and the grandmother is dominating the conversation, you might ask her to help with the baby or with other children.

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When you are the parents-in-law, be the best there are.

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Scribner, 2009

Ask God to give you special gifts of wisdom, sensitivity, generosity of spirit, and unconditional love in order to be the best mother-in-law or father-in-law possible.

“The Power of Praying® for Your Adult Children” by Stormie Omartian
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Allow friends and relatives to visit only if they are bringing you a meal, want to do laundry, go shopping for you, or clean your house!

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Ifyou show kindness to your mother-in-law, who like all women has been bred to hate her daughter-in-law, then you will create an obligation she will never be able to repay.”

“Dreams of Joy” by Lisa See
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  • What do you do when the daughter in law controls everything? She fights with everyone, her cousin, so not to have her as Maid of honour in the wedding and asked me. I gladly felt honoured as she is marrying my son. She months later after I buy my dress gets my son to call me and make up some excuse to have me out of the wedding. Only because she makes up with her cousin and I’m out money on this dress. She has called me every word. Then she’s mad at the wedding because my son’s aunt’s husband said unkind words drunk at the reception. She then didn’t speak to his Aunt or this Dad side of the family for months. She has cut ties with the Aunt and Uncle for two years now. She was mad again at me and with held the baby from seeing me for months with making up before Mother’s Day. We planned a trip together which they asked me to come along as babysitter. She complained about their room and the crib in their cabin, on the cruise and my son came to me upset about how she was complaining when nothing was wrong. The first night after being mad by the pool, she ditches us and then my son leaves to follow her. I’m left by myself. Next day she got mad because I supposedly walked in front of her in the elevator. Why would that be a big deal, if I had known. I told my son to get rid of her because he is so unhappy. Of course, he tells her this and she blew up at me and she said I was not driving back with them to Canada, in her truck. They deserted me on vacation and I had to fly back from Florida to Canada. I had already given them money for hotel’s booked as we were supposed to stay in Disney. She sent me a long text saying I will never see the baby again. My son has disowned me and my side of the family. She deleted everyone off of Facebook after the incident. Back on Father’s Day, she was still mad at her parents and said they couldn’t see the baby. This has been the 3rd argument we have had and every time she makes up, it will be another 4 months until another argument over something silly happens again. I have not spoken to either of them for 5 months now. She also was saying nasty things on fb which my cousin saw, called my brother to say why is she saying mean things and posting it. It’s very hurtful when I’m accused of things I didn’t do, and I have always been the one to apologize first. I’m tired of her game and how she has my son wrapped up in her story. My son and I were close before he met her. I think she is jealous of my relationship with my son prior and is doing everything possible to keep me away. I’m afraid to even mend this because it will only lead to the same outcome again…. V

  • Though I am not a mother yet….but can still understand ta feeling and warmth of a child…..this video made me felt the feeling����❤❤

  • This is o sad! How can a wife treat her own mother in law like that…poor son didnt get a chance to see her and the wife didnt even tell him sooner n now she regrets it….good message for all of us!

  • I came here to see what a normal mother in law is actually like. Not even a perfect one just normal. My mother in law has created a lot of trouble since I married..I hope my daughters will have great mother Inlaws

  • Glad to hear that. Lot of kids needs love and attention. Communicate properly when growing up and kids should know do’s and don’t. You will be fine. If too stressed out. Send them to relatives and see a therapist weekly. That’s another alternative for you.

  • You should never be rude to your parents even when they are a maid they are trying to put a roof over your head and give you food clothes water shoes and all the stuff you need:) never be rude to your parents:(

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  • This reminds me of my daughter, she was nothing bt hell,with her leaving us for another woman she became worse,l couldn’t wait to take her home to stay with my mom,someone told me that,l must loosen up with her,because she thinks its her fault that her dad left,she hides the pain by doing whatsoever she thinks is right,l did loosen up, ignored her mistakes, corrected her,now she’s at home with my mom,l just happened to miss that mess she did,l miss all the stupid things she did,all she did was to reach out to me,in her ways of course

  • U guys have amazing vids but now the vids are very predictable on what’s gonna happen next or in the end.’u guys should change the endings

  • When a mom really loves her child instead of feeling them as burden or feeling embarrassed of their annoying things..he really njoyes each and every moment of their child coz..those activities.when they grew up those will fade away..those are memories.. motherhood comes when she really love…not by others prescription ��

  • What do you do when the daughter in law controls everything? She fights with everyone, her cousin, so not to have her as Maid of honour in the wedding and asked me. I gladly felt honoured as she is marrying my son. She months later after I buy my dress gets my son to call me and make up some excuse to have me out of the wedding. Only because she makes up with her cousin and I’m out money on this dress. She has called me every word. Then she’s mad at the wedding because my son’s aunt’s husband said unkind words drunk at the reception. She then didn’t speak to his Aunt or this Dad side of the family for months. She has cut ties with the Aunt and Uncle for two years now. She was mad again at me and with held the baby from seeing me for months with making up before Mother’s Day. We planned a trip together which they asked me to come along as babysitter. She complained about their room and the crib in their cabin, on the cruise and my son came to me upset about how she was complaining when nothing was wrong. The first night after being mad by the pool, she ditches us and then my son leaves to follow her. I’m left by myself. Next day she got mad because I supposedly walked in front of her in the elevator. Why would that be a big deal, if I had known. I told my son to get rid of her because he is so unhappy. Of course, he tells her this and she blew up at me and she said I was not driving back with them to Canada, in her truck. They deserted me on vacation and I had to fly back from Florida to Canada. I had already given them money for hotel’s booked as we were supposed to stay in Disney. She sent me a long text saying I will never see the baby again. My son has disowned me and my side of the family. She deleted everyone off of Facebook after the incident. Back on Father’s Day, she was still mad at her parents and said they couldn’t see the baby. This has been the 3rd argument we have had and every time she makes up, it will be another 4 months until another argument over something silly happens again. I have not spoken to either of them for 5 months now. She also was saying nasty things on fb which my cousin saw, called my brother to say why is she saying mean things and posting it. It’s very hurtful when I’m accused of things I didn’t do, and I have always been the one to apologize first. I’m tired of her game and how she has my son wrapped up in her story. My son and I were close before he met her. I think she is jealous of my relationship with my son prior and is doing everything possible to keep me away. I’m afraid to even mend this because it will only lead to the same outcome again….

  • What do you do when the daughter in law controls everything? She fights with everyone, her cousin, so not to have her as Maid of honour in the wedding and asked me. I gladly felt honoured as she is marrying my son. She months later after I buy my dress gets my son to call me and make up some excuse to have me out of the wedding. Only because she makes up with her cousin and I’m out money on this dress. She has called me every word. Then she’s mad at the wedding because my son’s aunt’s husband said unkind words drunk at the reception. She then didn’t speak to his Aunt or this Dad side of the family for months. She has cut ties with the Aunt and Uncle for two years now. She was mad again at me and with held the baby from seeing me for months with making up before Mother’s Day. We planned a trip together which they asked me to come along as babysitter. She complained about their room and the crib in their cabin, on the cruise and my son came to me upset about how she was complaining when nothing was wrong. The first night after being mad by the pool, she ditches us and then my son leaves to follow her. I’m left by myself. Next day she got mad because I supposedly walked in front of her in the elevator. Why would that be a big deal, if I had known. I told my son to get rid of her because he is so unhappy. Of course, he tells her this and she blew up at me and she said I was not driving back with them to Canada, in her truck. They deserted me on vacation and I had to fly back from Florida to Canada. I had already given them money for hotel’s booked as we were supposed to stay in Disney. She sent me a long text saying I will never see the baby again. My son has disowned me and my side of the family. She deleted everyone off of Facebook after the incident. Back on Father’s Day, she was still mad at her parents and said they couldn’t see the baby. This has been the 3rd argument we have had and every time she makes up, it will be another 4 months until another argument over something silly happens again. I have not spoken to either of them for 5 months now. She also was saying nasty things on fb which my cousin saw, called my brother to say why is she saying mean things and posting it. It’s very hurtful when I’m accused of things I didn’t do, and I have always been the one to apologize first. I’m tired of her game and how she has my son wrapped up in her story. My son and I were close before he met her. I think she is jealous of my relationship with my son prior and is doing everything possible to keep me away. I’m afraid to even mend this because it will only lead to the same outcome again….

  • great! i think communication to both son and daughter in law about an upcoming event is best… don’t expect one to know because the other does…. talk with both…

  • I’m watching this because I am new to being a mother-in-law just under a year and now I have another son who is getting married to a single mother who is also pregnant with my first grandchild. I’m struggling trying to be “the best mother-in-law” and not be the “most annoying” mother in law. Thanks for your tips!

  • That’s your mother-in-law clearly going to treat her like the way you’re treating her right now this is unbelievable one day your husband is gonna die and when your husband dies who is the only one that’s going to stay with you who is the only one that’s going to stay with you your mother and

  • Probably Post Natal Depression, which wasn’t recognised, so the mother was permanently tired snd felt empty.
    The little one obviously picked uo on his mother’s exhaudtion and insecurities, and acted in the only way that babies and toddlers do.
    Luckily the stranger/ kind lady in the supermarket came to her assistance, wnd as likely as not, helped her thru it, and from then on Freddie became a contented happy little boy, because mummy was happier too.
    A hug IS a very good healer. I onlt other people would realise that.

  • Me:no I don’t wanna clean I wanna be lazy and sleep all day

    My Asian mum: proceeds to bring out the the biggest metal spoon

    Me: ��������������������������

  • how would the doughter fill if she was kids that are the most annoying children!
    hahahahahahahahha
    (pls dont take seriously just a joke)

  • My mum: go clean
    :me no
    :mum u want some icecream
    :me what do I have to clean I will clean anything is it chocolate icecream or something

  • My mom passed away last year and this will make it two years this year she had breast cancer and heart failure so it hurt me when she passed away and I miss her too much but I know she is watching over me I think about her alot but I know she with God.

  • i like how you posted in the end the names of the director/ actors/ actresses. sometimes i like to follow them on instagram to see what their new upcoming projects are

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