I live with my parents right now, but I'm the one that is with her and taking care of her 24/7 (except the weekends when she is with her dad). Well, my daughter LOVES my mom...which is great, until she started calling her "mum mum" and squirming out of my arms every time she sees her grandma. She will whine and race to her until she is in her arms. My mom is getting a kick out of it (especially being called "mum mum"- she likes to encourage it too, despite what I say). My mom also spoils her to no end, like picking her up at the slightest whine, even when I tell her not to. It's so frustrating.
I can't help but feel hurt and jealous of my mom. I'm sure it's normal and whatnot, but I do not want to feel any form of resentment towards my daughter Please tell me someone is in my shoes? Any avice would be appreciated.View Thread
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