Mum-to-be devastated as mother-in-law announces her pregnancy without permission

1/27/2022 1:44:00 AM

Mum-to-be devastated as mother-in-law announces her pregnancy without permission

Pregnancy, Miscarriage

Mum-to-be devastated as mother-in-law announces her pregnancy without permission

A pregnant woman has shared her upset after learning that her mother-in-law had announced her pregnancy on social media - without seeking her permission beforehand

When there are reasons to celebrate - engagements, promotions, pregnancies - it can be difficult for all involved not to want to shout about them from the rooftops.08:40, Tue, Jan 25, 2022 | UPDATED: 08:52, Tue, Jan 25, 2022 Link copied Lisa, 48, and five-year-old Isabelle were last spotted on Monday morning (Image: South Yorkshire Police) Sign up to receive our rundown of the day's top stories SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.Image caption, Janet Hobbs said she received great support from the infant feeding team at Musgrove Hospital A mum-of-three who donated her breast milk after her second child was stillborn said it helped her to feel "there was an imprint on the world from her".Kate answers rare question about her look while charmed by tot Since becoming a member of the Royal Family 11 years ago, Kate has become patron of a number of charities committed to improving mental health, particularly in young people.

But for those not directly impacted, it's important to remember that it might not be your place to make an official announcement. One mother-in-law recently overstepped her boundaries after going behind her son and daughter-in-law's back to break the news on social media that she was going to be a grandparent. You can unsubscribe at any time. The couple claims they had specifically chosen to keep their baby news a secret for a while longer, having previously suffered a miscarriage. Mrs Hobbs said: "It was always my plan to donate but sadly she was stillborn". Understandably the mum-to-be is very upset over the whole situation.10am on Monday and now police are increasingly concerned for their welfare. Get the news you want straight to your inbox. Speaking on ‘Happy Mum, Happy Baby’, Kate admitted she found it difficult to leave Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louise to carry out official royal duties.

Sign up for a Mirror newsletter here. Related articles Urgent search for schoolgirl, 13, missing for two DAYS Described as white, of a medium build, and with very long auburn hair, Lisa is believed to be wearing a mid-length black coat with a fur hood, and a pair of red and white boot-type trainers. Donor breast milk is regarded as the "next best nutrition" for premature or vulnerable babies if a mother's own milk is unavailable, according to The Southwest Neonatal Network Donor Milk Bank. Writing on the MILs from Hell forum on Reddit, the unnamed pregnant woman revealed all. She posted: "MIL Announcing pregnancy before we do - what do I do?!? "So my mother-in-law called my husband today and was in a foul mood over some drama. Anyone who believes they've seen Lisa or Isabelle is encouraged to contact police, reports Yorkshire Live . At the end of the conversation, she drops the bomb that she posted on social media she was going to be a grandmother! "He told her to take it down and was very upset." Image caption, Healthy Babies UK in Tiverton started collecting donated breast milk in 2017 She explained that her eldest daughter Livvy "witnessed it" and helped. "She, of course, was like well it's my news too but took it down after it being up for who knows how long. Social media users have already flocked to encourage the mum and daughter to come home.  “I think that starts from the moment you have a baby.

" The mum-to-be continued to say: "I'm only 11 weeks and we were not planning on announcing for at least another month due to a previously having a miscarriage!! "How do we address this?! I'm so upset and do not even know where to start." Dozens of people have since replied, sharing their advice for the couple. One woman posted:"I hope they are found safe soon." Mrs Hobbs said she hoped donating the milk would help "tiny babies and families who were in a really vulnerable position and make enough of a difference that their story had a different ending to ours… so that their child got to live. One person said: "First, big congratulations. I hope all goes well with your pregnancy and birthing experience." One mum said:"Plz come home safe. Second. It also meant she was able to make the donations closer to her home in Somerset, rather than having to "make the trek" to Bristol.

There's not much you can do since she put it on social media already." Trending If you have seen Lisa and Isabelle, you know where they might be or you have any information which may help police enquiries, please call 101 quoting incident number 100 of January 24. At least she took it down. "For the future, you know not to give her any information you don't want shared around. It's on the A616, which goes north from the large city and into rural West Yorkshire." Healthy Babies give antenatal and postnatal support and advice and help people who want to become a "donor milk mum". And I mean any at all. Even little things.

I will also suggest you don't give her the correct due date. Give her a date a couple weeks out. And don't tell her names you're considering. Start setting boundaries now and stand strong on them. Make sure you're on the same page with your partner about everything too.

" Another wrote: "Do not give her your doctor’s information. Actually, password protect your file with them. She may call pretending to be you to ask questions or get your appointment dates and show up." A third added: "You and husband put her on an information diet. You only tell her the news you’d be happy to give strangers.

That’s what she’s going to do with any news you give her." What do you think she should do? Let us know in the comments below. Read More Read More .

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When there are reasons to celebrate - engagements, promotions, pregnancies - it can be difficult for all involved not to want to shout about them from the rooftops.08:40, Tue, Jan 25, 2022 | UPDATED: 08:52, Tue, Jan 25, 2022 Link copied Lisa, 48, and five-year-old Isabelle were last spotted on Monday morning (Image: South Yorkshire Police) Sign up to receive our rundown of the day's top stories SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.Image caption, Janet Hobbs said she received great support from the infant feeding team at Musgrove Hospital A mum-of-three who donated her breast milk after her second child was stillborn said it helped her to feel "there was an imprint on the world from her".Kate answers rare question about her look while charmed by tot Since becoming a member of the Royal Family 11 years ago, Kate has become patron of a number of charities committed to improving mental health, particularly in young people.

But for those not directly impacted, it's important to remember that it might not be your place to make an official announcement. One mother-in-law recently overstepped her boundaries after going behind her son and daughter-in-law's back to break the news on social media that she was going to be a grandparent. You can unsubscribe at any time. The couple claims they had specifically chosen to keep their baby news a secret for a while longer, having previously suffered a miscarriage. Mrs Hobbs said: "It was always my plan to donate but sadly she was stillborn". Understandably the mum-to-be is very upset over the whole situation.10am on Monday and now police are increasingly concerned for their welfare. Get the news you want straight to your inbox. Speaking on ‘Happy Mum, Happy Baby’, Kate admitted she found it difficult to leave Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louise to carry out official royal duties.

Sign up for a Mirror newsletter here. Related articles Urgent search for schoolgirl, 13, missing for two DAYS Described as white, of a medium build, and with very long auburn hair, Lisa is believed to be wearing a mid-length black coat with a fur hood, and a pair of red and white boot-type trainers. Donor breast milk is regarded as the "next best nutrition" for premature or vulnerable babies if a mother's own milk is unavailable, according to The Southwest Neonatal Network Donor Milk Bank. Writing on the MILs from Hell forum on Reddit, the unnamed pregnant woman revealed all. She posted: "MIL Announcing pregnancy before we do - what do I do?!? "So my mother-in-law called my husband today and was in a foul mood over some drama. Anyone who believes they've seen Lisa or Isabelle is encouraged to contact police, reports Yorkshire Live . At the end of the conversation, she drops the bomb that she posted on social media she was going to be a grandmother! "He told her to take it down and was very upset." Image caption, Healthy Babies UK in Tiverton started collecting donated breast milk in 2017 She explained that her eldest daughter Livvy "witnessed it" and helped. "She, of course, was like well it's my news too but took it down after it being up for who knows how long. Social media users have already flocked to encourage the mum and daughter to come home.  “I think that starts from the moment you have a baby.

" The mum-to-be continued to say: "I'm only 11 weeks and we were not planning on announcing for at least another month due to a previously having a miscarriage!! "How do we address this?! I'm so upset and do not even know where to start." Dozens of people have since replied, sharing their advice for the couple. One woman posted:"I hope they are found safe soon." Mrs Hobbs said she hoped donating the milk would help "tiny babies and families who were in a really vulnerable position and make enough of a difference that their story had a different ending to ours… so that their child got to live. One person said: "First, big congratulations. I hope all goes well with your pregnancy and birthing experience." One mum said:"Plz come home safe. Second. It also meant she was able to make the donations closer to her home in Somerset, rather than having to "make the trek" to Bristol.

There's not much you can do since she put it on social media already." Trending If you have seen Lisa and Isabelle, you know where they might be or you have any information which may help police enquiries, please call 101 quoting incident number 100 of January 24. At least she took it down. "For the future, you know not to give her any information you don't want shared around. It's on the A616, which goes north from the large city and into rural West Yorkshire." Healthy Babies give antenatal and postnatal support and advice and help people who want to become a "donor milk mum". And I mean any at all. Even little things.

I will also suggest you don't give her the correct due date. Give her a date a couple weeks out. And don't tell her names you're considering. Start setting boundaries now and stand strong on them. Make sure you're on the same page with your partner about everything too.

" Another wrote: "Do not give her your doctor’s information. Actually, password protect your file with them. She may call pretending to be you to ask questions or get your appointment dates and show up." A third added: "You and husband put her on an information diet. You only tell her the news you’d be happy to give strangers.

That’s what she’s going to do with any news you give her." What do you think she should do? Let us know in the comments below. Read More Read More .