Our expert says:
Surely, if she is sincere about wanting to sort out whatever issues there are between you, she should agree to join you in proper mariage counselling ( eg with FAMSA ). Evasive tactics rarely find good solutions. On her own and separated from you, over a basically silly argument, the chances of her working things out even to her own benefit, let alone that of both of you and the child, are much lower. it sounds like she could be basically evading her responsibilities to the marriage, which is not an arrangement to enter into, or to leave, so frivolously.
The Festive Period is actually quite a danger zone, and rarely very festive, in many families.
As Lolly suggests, PND ( Postnatal Depression ) is a possibility worth considering, and could partly explain the problems. One wonders WHAT it was that she felt she had to spend so much time discussing with her family, and, apparently, not with you.
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