There is the saying that one should always remember that your grandchild is not your own child, so one should not interfer, but how far does one go?
My son is married to a lady from Tanzania, so if anyone from Tanzania is on this website and can help that would be fantastic.
My daughter-in-law works mon-friday, so tired by the w/e and naturally wants a rest in bed on Saturday, sometimes for most of the day. Also, I realize that in Tanzania it must be difficult for children to play outisde.
Yesterday I went into town for around two hours, when I returned I found my granddaughter was in the sitting room watching the box, still in her night clothes.
As it was a sunny day I suggested coming outside on her bike, which she agreed to do. She really enjoyed riding her bike over the stones, but it seems her mum had other ideas, as she came out saying that she was very confused. Hence it appeared I had gone too far taking her outside, so left my granddaughter with her mum.
My son is away at present, but when in the house, he too now likes to lie in bed during the w/e.
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