Am I the ONLY Mother/GrandMother who does not love her g.children more than she loves her own children. I am fortunate in that all my g.children were planned and much loved. I do love them - as an extension of the love for their Mums (only my daughters have children). When my first g.child was born and people kept asking me about him, all I could think was that I had had the most beautiful wonderful babies in the world - and that nothing could ever equal those. I hear and read of other g.parents who seem to be totally OTT regarding their g.children, and often there seems to be a not very good relationship with their own offspring. When I visit /am visited the person I am most anxious to see and to speak to is my own child. Fortunately, my daughters accept this (with amusement). I am always there to help out with g.children and attend school concerts, sports comps, etc. etc. And am delighted when they do well. But, TBH - as long as my own children (however old they are) are happy, then I am happy, and if my g.children assist in making them happy then that bubble of love will extend to them also. But never as much as the way I love my own kids.
How sad you've been left feeling this way. Approach GNHQ. Change your name. Be very circumspect when you post again. Given the chance, those who offered much-needed support will continue to do that. Those who know your story will pick up on a few subtle hints. So many well-wishers - don't act hastily and lose their support.
It's only on Mail Online and they have only done a screenshot of 5 responses. Only 55 people have commented (often 2,000 or more comments are recorded for big stories) and the last comment was 5 hours ago. I am a regular on Mail Online and this has gone practically unnoticed so no-one should panic.
When I looked at Mail online Nannynoo was not mentioned in the bits published so I am a bit confused as to whether I have missed part of the article. Either way I am also somewhat surprised that it can be circulated as a screen shot or whatever - with GN names, a opposed to just quotes without attributing