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mandy20256 Fri 01-Apr-16 10:26:47

Please tell me if Ibu.
My mum has my children a couple of days a week while I work which I pay her for but she only had to have them for a couple of hours today. But she done her back in and said she's in agony which I feel for her and she said she can't have the kids. Which again is fine.
So I arranged other childcare arrangements
Only to then talk to her today and she said she's stil in pain but going out with my sister. Who has 2 children.
AIBu to be annoyed and a little upset?

pinocchiosnose Fri 01-Apr-16 10:36:13

I think yab a bit u . Surely your sister will be looking after her children when they're out ? I have inflammatory arthritis and some days I just can't look after my dcs alone but I have gone out with dh or my mum with them and they do any lifting etc for me . What age are your dc?

AgathaMystery Fri 01-Apr-16 10:37:52

If it was a formal childminder & I'd juggled like mad to arrange cover I'd be livid TBH. It's hard that it's your mum even though you pay her. YANBU to be ticked off. I get it.

Fairenuff Fri 01-Apr-16 10:39:35

Of course YABU. She is not in sole charge of your sister's children like she would be with yours.

Shutthatdoor Fri 01-Apr-16 10:43:33

YABU. Difference is your DSIS is looking after the DC not your DM. Completely different.

mandy20256 Fri 01-Apr-16 11:34:16

No chances are my mum will be sorting her children out.
That's why my sister goes out with my mum

Fairenuff Fri 01-Apr-16 11:36:27

Your dsis will be there too though right?

Or did you want to leave your children in the sole company of a woman in pain and presumably with restricted mobility?

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