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Alla, 35, shares that her mother went to the sea with her daughter. Despite already having booked return tickets for the current trip, her mother expressed a desire to revisit in the fall, preferring the quieter season.I’ Alla reflects on her family dynamics, describing how her mother cared for her granddaughter extensively, even after her retirement. Alla and her husband financially support her mother, providing for bills, dental repairs, and yearly trips to the sea with their daughter.

“You won’t be able to relax with your granddaughter – worse than at work!” said my mother.

However, Alla becomes upset when she learns that her mother treats these trips as work rather than leisure, leaving her granddaughter behind for weeks.

“You won’t be able to relax with your granddaughter – worse than at work!” said my mother.

Concerned about her daughter’s well-being, Alla questions whether her mother is aware of the challenges of leaving a young child alone. She grapples with the idea of her mother prioritizing personal desires over family responsibilities,

“You won’t be able to relax with your granddaughter – worse than at work!” said my mother.

especially considering the difficulties her family faces with work commitments and the unavailability of childcare options.

“You won’t be able to relax with your granddaughter – worse than at work!” said my mother.

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