I don't post often but you ladies are the only ones I can rant to about this. So here goes!
Ugh, it's the first of a ten day visit and I'm already annoyed, which, sometimes isn't hard to do, lol. We have DH's brother, wife, two boys, and daughter staying with us so, of course, all the other family is here in the house too during the day and it's driving me nut here. We are all adults, most of us that it, here and should common respect and manners but noooo. They keep opening all the window coverings and letting in the HOT sun or turning on the lights and of course leaving them on. Really, how much light do you need to sit around a table to talk???? DH's sister and her older kids (14, 15, and 18) can't ever seem to wash their hands (w/out being told) before putting them on every food item laid out for lunch. She also never chips in anything to feed her family when we have gatherings. For once it would nice for her to ask if she could bring anything. Also, master bathrooms are master bathrooms for a reason. If the spare is being used WAIT your turn or ASK before trumping through OUR bedroom to use the OUR bathroom. AHHH!!! I think that it for now but I'm sure there will a lot more with another 9 days ahead.
Wow sounds like you have your hands full! I dont think i could last another 9 days! Kids that are 14, 15 and 18 should not have to be told to wash their hands! Also she should be helping you make food and stuff for everyone...especially her family! Good Luck and I hope it all gets better!
Me(23) DH(23) DD(4)-47.4lbs 42 1/4in DS(18 months)-25.6lbs 31 1/4in born via emergency c-section.
WOW! That is crazy. I would be extremely pissed over the not helping out with the food. It is not cheap to feed that many people let alone 3 teenagers! I would have to about my mouth about that. Good luck to you!
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