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By longlongwinter - / Thursday 5 December 2013 16:50 / United Kingdom
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Thank you for all your comments, it made me laugh for the first time in a week. Answering your questions, she's 67, in good health, and apart from a bad knee and weak bladder, she'll be around for many years, living independently. Her family is full of centenarians (FML again). She's neither senile nor mentally ill, but she came from an European aristocratic family (technically, she's a baroness), grew up with 12 personal servants, married into a very wealthy - but plebeian - family, and togeth

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Not really, the OP is adult enough to have her own place and kids, she's adult enough to tell her mother to act proper or GTFO.

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Peeing the bed is the only sign of becoming senile? Well gosh darn, I had better check myself into an old folks home pronto.

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98, Massive difference here. The mother made the decision to have a child, knowing fully well that kids would cause problems on a regular basis. The OP didn't "choose" to have a mother. The way this is supposed to work is that the parents make the conscious decision of having a child, then have to be prepared for all the shit that their kid will do later on. That's part of the deal. They don't get to create a kid, then take revenge for all the things the kid will do.

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My parents told me when I got my house they would come over to my house and open ever box of cereal, leave glasses and dishes every where. Track dirt and mud into the house. And you know what happen when I got my house. Re read above! FML

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2- Definitely right. If she was actually doing this on pupose, throw her out or tell her to calm the f*** down. If she keeps doing it, throw her out. Its that simple.

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54 The way things are going for OP, paying for a hotel would probably be cheaper. Hang in there, OP - it can't last forever!

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Nope, this site is not to state unrelated facts. dad = dad backwards, did you find that interesting? Also Allan, my apologies i didn't see your comment when I responded.

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it wasn't unrelated though was it? and quite honestly, if all you are going to use this site fir is argue then who are you to say what the site is for?

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Why is she like that? Is she handicapped or something? Or just really wants to make your life hell? I'm sorry to hear about the pain she's already causing. I wonder if you'll still have a house in 3 months?!

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OP's mom would probably sell it and buy them a house near her's or force them to move in with her or something just don le her offer to babysit your child

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Not all mother-in-laws are evil and not all mothers are sweet. You'd be surprised what a parent can do to his/her child, and the scars (emotional and/or physical) can last a lifetime.

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I'm glad that your relationship with your mother is apparently so awesome but it's definitely not the case for a lot of people. Some parents do not treat their kids well. Please don't make generalisations when you don't know other people's circumstances because not everybody had a fantastic childhood.

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I have never understood the concept of evil mother in laws. Both of my parents love their mother in laws, and they are the sweetest people I know. Obviously that can't be the case for everyone, but in my family and circle of friends, everyone loves their in-laws.

I foresee your significant other spending a lit of time away from home this winter, perhaps working double shifts. Living with your mother sounds like cruel and unusual punishment.

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