Short and sweet. Made plans to stay with inlaws for 10 days over Christmas. We are staying with them because we do not want to be in a hotel over the holidays. Bought the plane tickets. Plan have been set. We have been out there before, though always stayed in a hotel. In laws really are wonderful, and they want us to stay with them and not at a hotel for the holidays. We all get along, no family issues, ect. Was told after all plans were final ($1400 worth of tickets) that my sister in law do not allow certain foods in her house. Chicken nuggets, or hot dogs. Two of my son's prefered foods. The list is short, and chicken nuggets are the only meat. We buy the all white meat, healthier ones, not the garbage ones. She still thinks he will just learn to eat what he is given. Truthfully, I wanted to strangle her through the phone. My husband told her that if we are staying with her, then we are buying those food for our son, and if she does not want her kids to have it then she can tell her kids no. He told we don't give our son juice (actually because he gets horrible diarreah from it) and that we will deal with telling him no when we are out there. I just told my husband we should eat the ticket money and stay home. I just wish she had brought up this stipulation before we purchased the tickets. My husband is not worried at all. He said she does not understand the situation, and she will not have any input. He said if our son had a food allergy, and she forbid his special foods, how would we handle it? I must admit the last time we were out there, my sister in law tried telling me that my son was "fine" and needed XYZ, to which my brother in law (who satyed with us on many occasions) came to our defense, telling her that he has seen our son's behavior and this is not just a cse of being a little out of control. He fully agrees that there is an under lying issue, and didn't dismiss the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) diagnoses. Ok and the kicker is....my sister in law is a teacher! Ta-da! Ok so that wasn't short and sweet. Just nervous, My gut says we should not go out there, because there will be a problem. On a side note, my sister in law has been told by her pediatrician (she boasts about him telling her this and her not listening because docs don't know everything) that her daughter is under weight and has growth issues. I have seen first hand (though never said anything) that she keeps her 2 year old on a low carb diet,no breads, crackers, ect but does allow juice and fruit. So this is more than just them not wanting nuggeting in the house because they are health conscience, but rather there's some disordered eating going on there. oh, and my sister in law isn't underweight herself, SHE eats carbs, but doesnt want the kids to have them.