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March 5th, 2017, 07:14 AM
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Hello Mama's,
Recently we celebrated my daughters 1st Birthday. My 2 sister-in-laws live out of town so couldnt make it to the party but came to town a few weeks later. We hosted a party for one sister at our home and gave her child a birthday gift as she had a birthday around the same time as my daughter and we hadnt had a chance to see her to give her a gift until this time......about a week went by and no card or gift for my daughter from either sister......I am really hurt by this especially since we hosted a party at my home for the one sister and have never missed a birthday gift for any birthday her children have had.......i understand my daughter is too young to understand, but it is hurtful to me. I should also mentoon my husband does not want to say anything to his family. He's always afraid to "ruffle any feathers".....what should i do?
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March 5th, 2018, 06:28 AM
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Location: North Carolina, USA
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You should let it go. I doubt (unless there is a history) that it was malicious. I for one can hardly remember birthdays, and for some families itís just not that big a deal. My mom celebrates our birth month, and my husband and I donít really celebrate anything other than thanksgiving. (We both forgot our fourth anniversary!) So anyways, thereís no sense getting uptight, upset, and stressing the henhouse over something that someone else probably just overlooked.
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