Just figured to let you guys know I am back. I was on vaccation to oklahoma and vegas for 2 weeks. Oklahoma was nice, little stressfull but not near as stressfull as being in vegas with my husbands family. Vegas is a long story but I now offically do not ever care to see his parents again if that was possible (unfortinatly not bc my husband didnt see it as that big of a deal i guess plus i cant keep my son from not seeing his grandparents). Next time we see his parents though will be xmas time and we are going to have a hotel and i will leave and take my son if they act like they did. I refuse to have my son be around fighting and screaming like they do. but yes i am back in home sweet home hawaii now and sooooooooooooooooo enjoying it! ill try to catch up with everyones posts but sorry if i dont get to yours. hope your last couple weeks have been good.
Hey Girl, I hear ya about the IL drama, thankfully they moved to FL and we are in MA and they don't fly (sweet) and DH knows IF i ever go visit that we are in a hotel with a rental car, that way you can come and go as you please and if things get too heated then you can just leave, versus your DH getting in a fight with his 40 year old crack head sister (who lives with DH's parents with her equally crackheaded husband and 2 kids) and his parents looking at DH and tell us to "get out" yeah, would not be fun.
Glad your back, and Glad you don't have to deal with them for another 5 months!!!
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