Our expert says:
Fine, such visits are indeed expensive, but keep that option open. DO you have good communication with your mom ? What you are saying actually poses a larger dilemma doesn't it. In many ways, yourm mom ma be "spoiling" the child by giving her few personal responsibilities, and mainly giing her what she wants ( no wonder she wanted to go there ) --- yet though this is a manner of bringing up kids we;d generally recommend against, the child does indeed seem to be doin better. Now, of course, later on if she has become used to being indulged, she will find real life disappointing and frustrating, and she may have to learn, more painfully, when she enounters he real world, that you were right and that life won't indulge her as a doting granny might. And the success of your sons shows that there is nothing really wrong with your own approach, and it will serve them well throughout life.
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