[quote="Bporte00, post:1, topic:244807"]
If you lived very close to your in-laws( who were rude, vulgar, openly racist, condone the use of drugs, and smoked indoors) and and your spouse had a very close relationship with them, wanting to be over/stay over 3 nights+ a week how would you handle this?
The environment is very toxic and not good for my husband who struggles with his conversion because of his parents influence, not to mention our child. It's bad enough that my not yet two year old niece says things like the N word, C&$, calls her mother a B#$@, and screams S#*& every time something goes wrong.
I've suggested moving a state or so away, but he just can't imagine being so far away from them, and when we lived 2 hours away he still insisted on going back every weekend.
Your problem isnt your inlaws. I hate to say it but moving a state away doesnt fix the weakness that you and your husband have to things that arent right. There is no excuse if your two year old says these things, none. You and your husband are the primary educators of your kids and are surely the captains of your souls. Its time to actually convert your heart.
If you are weak, and married a weak man then it is to be expected to have these problems. I understand that you feel as if you are yearning for a better way and a holier life. I think it is exactly what you need. But there is no magic wand here. Tears, hard work, leadership, honor, love, logic, communication, teamwork..... and on and on. I will pray for you and you will be praying a ton in the years to come.