If you smell a rat but the rat might be at your grown child and their spouse’s house, do you sniff the rat out or do you just wait for your child to turn into a cat and bite the rats head off?
Here’s the reality a mother wrote in to, Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK during his daily 1 pm Reality Hour segment, concerned that her daughter in-law is being less than honest with her son. Her dilemma is, does she pull her son’s coat tail or does she just leave it alone or because her daughter in-law is leaving their kids with her does that give her a right to ask the daughter in-law for an explanation.
Take a listen below as Sam Sylk issues out some traffic lessons for the woman and her son’s neighbor below.
I think my sons wife is creeping on him. But if not creeping, she is definitely not being honest with him. She tells him that she has to be to work after he leaves but ironically her car is at home most of the day. His neighbor asked me at the store if she was still working. The other day she asked me can I pick the kids up from school because she wouldn’t be getting off until late. But when we were coming home the I noticed her car in the driveway. She called me later to let me know she had made it home but she said she was texting my son to pick them up when he got home. My son thinks she goes to work after she drops the kids off at school. This has been going on for a month. Should I mention it him or should I continue to stay in my lane?