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Should I get her DD a birthday present

(7 Posts)
Summersoul Sat 28-Oct-17 09:20:42

So my best and closest friend of 26 years basically cut me out of her life about 6 months ago after phasing me out over the last year - no explanation from her ! I have sent her a few messages with not much success and she hadn't mentioned me or this incident to any of our mutual friends which I find very strange. It's her daughters birthday soon and DH thinks I should send her a gift! I should point out that she is godmother to my DD1 but has complete cut her out too!! What are your opinions on if I should acknowledge this birthday? I should also point out hey DD is 2

EddChinasMangina Sat 28-Oct-17 09:22:57

Bit obvious really, if she’s cut you out then her, and by extension her family, can do one.

Cricrichan Sat 28-Oct-17 09:23:12

Her DD won't know whether you've sent a present or not, so whatever you do it's for the mother. If she's cut you and your family out then don't send anything and forget about her.

disappearingninepatch Sat 28-Oct-17 09:23:33

I wouldn't. She has made it clear that, for her, the friendship is over. If her daughter is only 2, she won't miss getting a present from you.

Summersoul Sat 28-Oct-17 10:37:00

Thanks so much guys x I was thinking that too x

Dozer Sat 28-Oct-17 10:38:28

That’s really sad. I wouldn’t send a gift.

Summersoul Sat 28-Oct-17 11:32:42

It is really sad my DD1 is almost 11 and misses her very much! It's a shame she can't find it in herself to still have a relationship with my DD1 they saw each other every week until Feb this year 😩

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