She also believes her oldest granddaughters do have a ton of experience, whereas Jenny is a kid who needs to learn a lot more about baking.
She thinks it’s great that Jenny is passionate about baking, and she doesn’t want to negatively impact that, but Jenny’s skills aren’t up to par, and she has very choosy family members that won’t like the cake pops at all.
Her son is upset that she is making her guests and their feelings seem more important than her granddaughter, but she doesn’t agree with that.
Her son has not returned any of her calls since that conversation happened. She then learned from her son’s father that her son is considering not coming to Christmas at all.
If her son skips out on Christmas over cake pops, she thinks that will just mean he’s being anything but reasonable.
Regardless, she’s wondering if it was mean of her to say no to allowing Jenny to make and bring cake pops for Christmas.
What do you think?
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