From Zazza & Julie
Julie Fisk is here to help. If you’ve need advice or want us to hash out a problem on the air for you, let Julie share some of her wisdom. Here is this morning’s question:
My mom is getting remarried in a few months, and she is so excited. She is planning this big vacation wedding in Vegas and has already invited the whole family. The problem is she’s made it perfectly clear that she doesn’t want any small children there.
Now, the guy she’s marrying has three grown children. They all have little kids, so they have said they’re not coming. My kids can stay with my in-laws, but I’m tempted not to come just to prove a point.
What do you guys think? Am I being a pain or is my mom? Thanks for your input.
Opposite Day Wedding Crasher
Dear Wedding Crasher,
It’s your mom’s wedding, and she ultimately has the right to plan it how she wants. If she wants to have a wild and crazy Vegas wedding, then that’s what she wants to do, and maybe she doesn’t want the grandchildren there. You’ve got to go support your mom, so use the option to leave the kids with the in-laws. You might also encourage your mom to plan a reception or something else on the side so that the kids from both families can be a part of it.
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