DH and I have decided that we just want the two of us in the delivery room, then have all the in-laws in after. If we change our mind mid-way, so be it. For the time being though, this is our plan.
However, we keep getting asked-well told really by certain people (MIL) that they will be there. Now, he is too much of a Momma's boy to say anything to her, and I have tried the "nice" approach, which she clearly isn't getting yet. As well as the straight forward approach of - we'll have just the two of us in the delivery room. I don't want to get nasty with her, however, I can't help but being a bit frustrated.
After hearing my frustration, my co-worker suggest that I put it to her simply - "You weren't there at the conception, don't assume you can watch the birth."
Can't help but laugh at that, although, I definetly won't be saying that to her either. Anyone else getting this?