Mother-In-Law Convinces Son To Leave Wife After Birth Of Baby She Believes Can’t Be His.
Marriage is a wonderful phase when you have a loving, caring and understanding husband. Not only are lucky. At times the MIL is enough to spoil her child’s marriage. Read the story of this DIL’s situation and let us know what she should do?
My husband (29) and I (21) had dealt with a lot of drama and relationship issues after I gave birth to our daughter. We been together since I was 18 and got married when I was 19 we had a good trusting relationship but there was [a shock] to everyone when I gave birth to our daughter. She didn’t have an appearance of having both of her parents being white, she had darker skin, brown eyes and came out with thick dark curly hair.
My husband and I both have light colored hair and light colored eyes and white skin. Everyone thought I cheated on my husband, which I never had. It was an awful moment of my life because I felt alone. Even my husband thought I cheated on him and left me in the hospital alone because his mom convinced him to leave, No one visited me because my MIL posted pictures of my daughter on social media calling me a cheater. I didn’t even see her take those pictures.
My husband didn’t reply to any of my texts, ignoring my pleas to get an DNA test. I had to stay at my sister’s house for a month until I was able to convince him to get one, which proved without a doubt that he was the father to my daughter, My husband apologized profusely to me and allowed me back in our home and honestly ever since he treated me the way he did when I gave birth to our daughter, I feel different towards my husband and even a little distance.
Even after the DNA test, my MIL kept going on about how I cheated, [She] called my daughter racial slurs and gave me every name in the book, she [spread] awful rumors about me and claimed the DNA is fraudulent, and said she’d never treat that child as her granddaughter.
Recently my MIL asked to visit our daughter and referred to her as her granddaughter. I don’t know what changed her but it made me feel uncomfortable so I refused, My husband was angry at me for what I did and thinks it gives a moment to help his mother bond with our daughter, and even said it’s a child’s right to get to know their grandparents. I don’t know. I feel uncertain about this, especially since she never even apologized. What would you do in her situation?