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My advice to all Mothers-in-law is to be warm and accepting of your son’s choice (I say son deliberateky as it is well known that mothers and daughters in-law have the most problems). She may not have been your ideal choice but your Son thinks she is and that’s all that matters. If you invite problems, then good luck having easy access and the opportunity of a relationship with any grandchildren they may have. Put your ego aside for the sake of your own future. Think about it.
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