Looking for some advice on how to handle this situation, or if I even should at all.
My MIL speaks primarily Spanish, I do not and my BF only speaks it to her. Although Spanish is her primary language, she does know English.. at least to an extent, but she ONLY speaks Spanish when she's in our home. Now, of course I want our daughter growing up knowing Spanish (she is half Puerto Rican), but whenever MIL comes over, I feel extremely left out and have no idea what she's even saying to our daughter.. I'm almost practically ignored in my own home.
My SIL lives across the street, so we can't have one visitor without the other, and then the 3 of them are just speaking and conversing while I usually just sit there, totally unaware of what's going on. I honestly feel that my BF is just oblivious to it and I don't really know how to bring it up without sounding like a bitch, but I'd like to feel included during these visits (at least) in my own home.
What also urks me is that our daughter usn't wicked familiar with them yet (she's 10 weeks), so she gets pretty fussy pretty quickly and although I'm sitting RIGHT THERE, MIL and SIL will talk with each other and try to soothe her without asking me how to calm the babe and because she doesn't know them real well, she just gets fussier.
Again, I do want my daughter to be able to embrace her fathers heritage, but I also want to feel included in my own home.