Grandma and Grandpa absolutely adore your little one, and you’re delighted that he loves them as much as they love him. But you may be worried that they’re overindulging him.
It is unlikely that you can ever stop adoring grandparents from spoiling their grandchildren entirely. However, if you try to reach a compromise – that they can still show their love, but in a way that doesn’t break your parental rules – then you’ll all be satisfied with the outcome.
Most of all, your young child will benefit from being the centre of attention of two family generations, and the entire family will continue to have a positive relationship.
Here’s how you can handle these three common situations tactfully and sensitively.