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- my daughter had a sweet 16 party for family and friends. her grandparents did not give her a gift - they own 5 houses and are fairly wealthy - i am not sure how to approach this topic - how do I talk to the grandparents - this is my mother and father. they were included in the party and had a separate candle - please any advise would help - is this normal behavior?
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