A relative of ours and her cohabitant have two daughters, who both have their own families with cohabitants and two children each.
For Christmas she oftentimes gives my dad and me squared flannel shirts for presents, and I think she gives her son-in-laws the same, although I do not know them in person, so I am not sure.
But since I myself am single, I do not like squared flannel shirts, so I am wondering whether I should ask her to give me sweaters in stead, however I guess that would be quite rude, so I rather choose the easy way out and give my dad the shirt, because, after all, he is married to my mom.
We also have a friend and his wife who have four children, i.e. two daughters and two sons, of which all are singles, except one daughter who has a cohabitant and a child.
When my mom told him about our relative giving us squared flannel shirts for presents, he replied cheerfully: "No one has ever managed to make my sons wear squared flannel shirts either!"
Could this be coincidental, or Do mother-in-laws give their son-in-laws squared flannel shirts for presents?
Thank you very much in advance!
Edited by midimusicman79, 28 December 2016 - 06:06 AM.