Hello mamas, I hope we are all doing great.
I want the mamas opinion on this but first let me start with this story:
Angela has been in the waiting room for 7 years, she and her husband love each other so much but the husband tells his mum everything they do as per their efforts ttc. Of course, she never likes this and it’s always a big fight between she and her husband.
Several times her MIL (mother-inlaw) will offer to take her places referencing her medical condition that it will be solved bla bla bla, but she has bluntly refused. Eventually, she took in and b4 you will say Jack Robinson, the whole inlaw and clans already knows. This was just 6 weeks into her pregnancy.
Her own mother came to visit after she told her she’s not been feeling well. The next day Angela’s sister inlaw arrived and said “abeg our baby must not be starved oo” Her mother was confused and surprised and just looked at her with that look of '‘Is it true?’'
Her mother felt bad that she’s spent a night already and her daughter didn’t mention this to her. She’s been begging her mum and mum can’t seem to know why she doesn’t deserve to know as her inlaws. Although, it was her husband that informed his family. Her mother still feels she should be among the first people to know after her husband.
So i ask the question, when exactly do you get to inform your close family and friends about your pregnancy? Does anyone take priority in knowing first before others.
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