kwickimom Posted August 24, 2012 Share Posted August 24, 2012 Long story short we had "friends" who were crazy compulsive liars. Me and DH were friends with the parents and dd was friends with their dd. The past year things got really bad and their dd was acting strange and being mean and my dd just did not want to hang out with her anymore. She would here and there because she is the other dd's only friend and she felt bad. These people go to our church too so we do have to see them there (well...when they come they dont come that often) Things went way south between me and the parents to the point where I had to tell them they are not welcome here and my dd will never be allowed over to their house again because I could not trust them. I had to block them from my phone also. So, my dd still has to be around their dd at church and stuff. She is always cordial but that other dd constantly asks why she cant come over. I told dd just to say that its because my parents said so and if you have a question talk to them. My dd is having her bday party today and I think the other girl already found out and is of course upset she wasnt invited. I know she will ask my dd why she wasnt invited and in turn will ask me. What would you tell this child? We only see her at church and so she usually asks us stuff in front of people there. Should I just tell her to go ask her mother to explain it? Because her mother will lie and tell her ugly things about us. BTW- I was informed by the mother that her dd (who is 10) read all the texts between her and I :001_huh: I never cussed or said anything bad or anything I regret, I just spoke the truth....the mother texted crazy things and cussed and was hateful. She should be ashamed that she let her dd read them! Anyways her dd knows the situation due to her being allowed to read the texts so should I just say "due to the situation with your parents and I, I cannot trust them and so you cannot come over???" Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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