Today's social dilemma came from an Facebook message from Vicki. I think it's appropriate given that Mother's Day is this Sunday. This is what Vicki wrote: Hi Jamie, I have a social dilemma to ask you and would appreciate the input of others. Question : Does anyone else ever buy a gift or give a card to the Godparents of their children on Mother's day/ Father's day? It was brought up during a conversation between two siblings. The one who is the Godmother stated she feels that her sibling, the actual mom of the kids in question, should give her something on THAT Specific holiday. Now the children are grown, but the sister who is the Godmother of those kids still feels like she deserves a card or a gift. What are you thoughts. I'll be listening ~ Vicki. Well, it is an interesting question. I'll say this. As Godmother to seven Godchildren (and I'm very proud of that), I never expect anything from any of those kids. That being said, when they do give me a card, or even just text me a Happy Mother's Day, I've overjoyed. But if I don't get that, I'm fine with it. Plus with the exception of one, all of my Godchildren are grown adults so I'm always happily surprised if one or more remember me. But that's just what I think. I know Vicki wants to know what you think. So let us know on the TRY Facebook page.
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