Alright, so DD is #5 out of 6 of my inlaws' grandchildren. Each year we gather around a living room full of presents here the kids go insane and don't seem to appreciate much less remember half of what they got that morning. When DH and I got married we agreed when we had children we would limit all the aunts and uncles to two presents from each family (one from them and one from the cousins). She has 7, so that's more than plenty in my mind. My SIL has become upset by our rule because she believe it will not be fair to DD to watch all the other children open up a bunch of presents while she has one per person.
A) I want my daughter to grow up appreciating what she receives and I haven't limited birthdays, or if they feel like gifting throughout the year, so I am I wrong by limiting Christmas?
I know some of my siblings will neglect what we'd like and get Rohan multiple presents anyways. What do we do with the others in order to not seem ungrateful?