Anyone else sad COVID is almost over?
I'm sad the pandemic is just about over. I enjoyed having an excuse not to see my in laws and SD. I got to spend a lot more time with my daughter at home and I got pregnant and had a second sweet little daughter.
Now SD13 wants to visit more after seeing her sparsely for the last 2+ years. She is openly hostile to DH and has him blocked whenever she's at BMs but then comes to our house and acts all sweet and says she misses him but she's soooo busy and that's why she can't respond but oh can you buy me this? She pretends like I don't exist which is fine by me. But she is all over the toddler and baby while also hating them and completing. It's all an act to get praise from DH and his family about being such a wonderful big sister (gag). She doesn't care about my children, they are just tools for her to get more likes on her social media. She also has to share food and drink from my toddler's sippy cup, GROSS. Get your germs away!
Ugh SIL is bringing her this weekend. SIL is fake, SD is fake... The whole pretending to have a relationship is fake. I know they talk shit about DH, me and our kids before and after coming. SIL and SD are two bi*ch peas in a pod and it's obvious by the fake Minnir mouse voices they use and when the mask falls off as soon as we leave the room or refuse their ridiculous requests, like when they wanted DH to take them on a vacation and exclude me and our toddler. DH was not having that and they both got mad about him refusing to exclude his wife and toddler from their imaginary vacation. Seriously who asks someone to spend thousands of dollars and asks them to exclude his wife and babies in the process? Then turn around and pretend to be sweet and loving to my babies. Yeah right.
They aren't going to have a relationship with my daughters, I will make sure of it. My kids don't need that toxic fakeness.