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Old 07-08-2012, 07:59 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by lissa~K
Personally I think it sounds cruel to forcibly subject an infant to people who clearly upset her. I'm not suggesting avoiding them, but increased visitation simply to "train" her out of her fear doesn't seem fair to her. It sounds like your DH is hurt because they are his parents, but I say suck it up (sorry!). Any of my children that have disliked relatives have gotten over it with age and I believe that your daughter will as well.
I agree!! Poor baby. Inlaws and dh just need to suck it up......
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