Different Type Of In-Law Question?

All the In-Law questions I see here are:

My In-Laws are driving me crazy, what do I do?

I can't stand my In-Laws, any advice?

My In-Laws hate me?

My question is is there any good In-Law storied out there?

I love my In-Laws undoubly. Quite factually I get along better with them then my own family. I was accepted immediately and lastingly. I'm talking about the entire In-Law family, 3 Sister-In- Laws, Mother-In-Law and Father-In-Law, 3 nieces and a nephew.

Just general fyi: I was friends with my husbands sister for quite a few years before I even met her brother. I didn't interact with the family then though.

Again, My question is is there any good In-Law storied out there? Do you get along? Have you always?

Update:

I also need to add that not only was I accepted my daughter from a previous marriage was accepted as warmly as I, she was only a year and a half, when we started dating

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Ahhhh.....how refreshing your question is!! I have a wonderful family of in-laws. I have been married for over 30 years.

    My husband is one of 6 kids ages 45-60. We are all still married and have children and grandchildren of our own. What a fantastic group we make. We all live fairly close to each other with just a couple living under two hours away. We all get together regularly or even just spontaneously. We have even vacationed together.

    My mother-in-law and father-in-law are gone now, sadly. But it was nothing for us to stop over at the drop of a hat and low and behold another sibling or grandchild would show up. Then the phone calls would start to each other. Hey come on over to mom and dad's were having a cook out. Hence the party would begin. My in-laws treated us as their own. There wasn't any favoritism between their children or their spouses.

    My sister and her in-laws are the same way. Also our own parents were often included in both families celebrations.

    Actually I was pretty much oblivious to all of this "out-law" stuff until my son got married. That's a whole different story!

    Thanks for the question!!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes I did. We immeaditly got along. And like you I was excepted by my husband's brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews and parents. Right from the time we started dating. They weren't agansit the daughter I had with another man, they loved her and she loved them(she was 4 at the time). Sadly not everyone has the same expierence. But those few who DO have the GOOD relationship with their in-laws and not just their in-law parents, but the whole in-law family will have a special bond.

    Source(s): Been married to him for 28 years with 8 kids of our own and my daughter from another relationship and have been excepted by his family for 29!
  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    My in-laws are great for the most part. You know, everybody has their bad moments, but my in-laws are supportive and accepting. They lend a hand if we some help and we do the same for them.

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  • 1 decade ago

    they arent my in-laws yet...but will be soon enough and yes they ALL accept me for what and who i am and not only accept me but LOVE me too...they are awesome! i even get along with the ex wife!

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