Hell hath no fury like a grandma scorned. After all, what is the point of enduring years of the toils of motherhood if not to buy yourself some sweet years as grandma?! Grandmas get all the fun of spoiling children without the hassle of disciplining them and listening to their every passing thought, and who among us doesn't want the adorable perks of children without the clean up?
However, being a grandma in itself doesn't automatically grant you the right to see the little ones. If you treat your children or in-laws disrespectfully, it's completely within their rights to cut you out of the equation.
The grandma wrote:
My ex daughter-in-law has full custody of my 18 month granddaughter "Kimmy." We always had a strained relationship, even more so after the bitter divorce she and my son went through, but I was able to get her to agree to let me visit my grandchild once a month. Last month I took her out to a park and fed her a nutritious lunch and snacks."