She’s Refusing To Let Her Sister-In-Law Bring Different Food To Their Christmas Celebration For The Children Even Though None Of Them Like What Is On Her Planned Menu

In turn, she has been left wondering whether refusing to allow her sister-in-law to bring different food to the dinner is reasonable or if it really just makes her an inconsiderate jerk.

Is it normal for younger children to go through “picky phases” and opt for different foods than older adults? Do you think that forcing her sister-in-law’s kids to eat what they don’t like will make the celebration more dreadful? Why do you think she cares so much about the menu, table space, and “her plan?” If you were in her shoes, would you allow the kids to bring what they want? 

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