Meeting the Parents Part 1

Friday, June 20, 2008
The joint parental meeting is tomorrow. The first parental meeting. To say I'm a little nervous is an understatment. I even made plans with a friend to head to Room Service to check out the store and go to lunch, and then just realized this morning that I have the parental lunch meeeting tomorrow. (Sorry Michelle. Let's do it later?)

We are taking both sets of parents out to lunch to meet each other for the first time. I figured lunch is perfect, right? I figured it's less pressure and less intoxication. After delaying it for months (maybe even a year), I'm finally OK with them meeting. Truth be told, I really don't care if they meet either way. The BF is comfortable with it. So I guess I have to drink the Kool-aid too. Besides, I've never been to the restaurant and it's gotten the seal of approval from the Cleveland Foodie.

I tried to find some funny commentary on the web from other people when their parents first met, but I couldn't find a damn thing. Nothing funny happened! Nothing? Not even a humorous YouTube video! Well, there's a f'ing sign if there ever was one.

Feel free to share your stories and here's to fun and interesting weekend to all!

5 comments:

Narm said...

I am meeting the lady's parents for the first time tonight. Why is everything dealing with parents such a production?

Mel said...

I met my ex's mom for the first time at Winking Lizard -- super relaxed over wings and beers. It definitely made the meeting easier. I then met the ENTIRE family on Thanksgiving. Godhelpme, that was anxiety!

My ex-fiance from a couple years ago, I met first met the parents during my early-20s "Hoochie" phase. Ha. They're all class and millionaires and Mel with her platinum blond hair and a strappy, backless dress shows up. Needless to say, we laughed about it years later, but they NEVER ONCE made me feel uncomfortable.

Momo said...

Ha, I can't wait to read about how it goes. :) I've alway been really lucky with it comes to the guy's parents. I'm pretty sure I stayed in my last long-term relationship a few months longer than I knew I should have, solely because I was like part of his family. Good luck!

rs27 said...

Kool Aid is nice.

Rosemarie said...

All my boyfriend's family lives in Germany... and they don't speak any english at all... and I am meeting them for the first time this upcoming October. So, I am not really sure what to expect myself. But good luck!