More dilemmas from the “how to get gifts without looking like I’m out to get gifts” trenches.
Welcome to your child’s busy social life.
You don’t know them that well, you don’t know where they’re registered, and you don’t know what they want or need or anything about their kid. This one’s EASY!
When gifts are being given from five states away, who foots the postage bill?
Asking guests to bring wine to a tasting-themed party…tacky or just a modern take on potlucks?
Fun idea or seventh circle of social awkwardness hell?
When your guests want to bring their own guests.
…and the annoying people who want to comment on them all the time.
What I’m really wondering, I guess, is how equal do the two sides of the family need to be in our lives?
We RSVP’d to their wedding…and then forgot to actually attend!
I helped give a bridal shower, but I don’t think the bride knows!
My daughter is in the 75% percentile, and we have been assured by the pediatrician that she is quite healthy –yet I am tired of hearing about how big she is from strangers. Am I being too sensitive?
Is it rude to RSVP to a wedding three days before my due date? Or just crazy?
Can this friendship be saved? The “Too much PDA” edition.
How to cut someone out of your life after they’ve already cut you out of theirs.
She doesn’t want kids to attend. He says his family will boycott the wedding if the kids aren’t invited. Can a non-elopement compromise be found?
Is my friend taking advantage of me and my willingness to watch her kids?
Is it rude to tell guests what NOT to buy us?
Is it rude to have a shower for second (or third or fourth or 19th) baby?
A grieving mother struggles with the etiquette, among other things.