My Youngest difficult child has a temper. I worry about some of the things she says in front of her son (almost 14 months old). I bend over backwards to help her, as I've posted here before, while doing my best not to "enable." I bite my tongue as much as I can. She is so ungrateful. Sometimes it's just too much, though. This morning, we got up early because Aidan (grandson) was getting tubes in his ears and had to be at the hospital at 6:30 am. I had agreed to be there with her so she wouldn't have to wait alone. In typical difficult child fashion, she gets up late and rushes around, snapping at me about this and that. When she asks me to hold Aidan so she can find her keys, and I hesitate (wondering why she can't do both at the same time .. I'm trying HARD to prepare her for living alone without mom there to help with every little tiny thing), she says, "Aidan, your grandma is a B***H." She repeats it, twice, for good measure. Nice thing to say to a 14 month old. It's bad enough she does it to me sometimes, but now he gets to soak in all those outbursts and direspectful attitude. I feel like he's doomed to GFGdom himself at this rate. It just breaks my heart. And yes, the words stung, even though I've heard them before .. usually it rolls off my back, to she didn't call me one to myself, she called me one to my grandson. Lovely. Anyway. Just wanted to vent where people might "get it."