Ok guys..Help me out here. My husband and I just don't know what to do..
How do I start this? Ok, my Dad died 2 years ago, he had worked his butt off his entire life, and he left my mom very well off. My family has always been really close, but since my dad died my mom has become very clingy, almost irrational at times. Every weekend she likes my 8-yr-old son, Andrew, to spend the night. That's fine, it gives my husband and I freedom on the weekend, and Andrew loves going there, but she spends a lot of money on him. She takes him to the movies nearly every other weekend, and he comes home with new clothes and a new toy every time. My husband and I both have good jobs, and while we are by no means rich, we can provide these things without problem, and it makes me mad. You can't talk to her about it, because she starts to cry, then she won't talk to me for 3 days. It's ridiculous.
So now here is the biggie. She has decided she wants to take all of her grandkids (4) to California when school gets out. She is ready to get the tickets. My sister has already consented. Andrew is such a good kid, a terrific listener, and just overall well-behaved. My mom watches him very well, there is no question of care. I trust my mom 100% with him. I'm just scared. Plain and simple. I can't put my finger on it..He's never been on a plane, he's never been away from us for a week...I can't get any peace about this. I'm literally making myself sick thinking about it. My husband thinks he should go, but he will support me.
What would you guys do? I keep blowing my mom off, I know if I tell her no she'll be devastated. I don't know what to do. I'm so stressed. Am I just being overprotective? Advice, please~
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