My fade is going well, but my mom knows full well what my thoughts are on the WTS. It seems that she feels comfortable just ignoring the situation in order to keep seeing her grandchildren.
The other day however we were talking about someone we know who is making it very difficult for her parents to see their grandchild.
Then out of the blue, my mom turns in my direction and says, that if any of her kids try to deny her from seeing her grandchildren, she would take them to court and get a court order to force them to let her see them.
I know what the message was, and it was loud and clear. She is letting me know that if I get disfellowshipped there's no way I can keep the kids away from her. I pretended like I didn't understand, but I did say, well what if the son moves his family to the other side of the country, what good would your court order do then? The room was silent for about 30 long seconds.
Needless to say, this conversation has planted another seed of worry in my head. Not sure if anyone here has gone through this situation, but would any court allow unsupervised visitation for grandparents, even though it is their choice to shun the parents of the grandchildren?