reasonable suggestions and a little bit of cranky since 2005.
is she your sister or sister-in-law?
then they aren't nephews?!
they are my nephews.
according to the dictionary:neph·ew [nef-yoo or, especially Brit., nev-yoo] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation –noun 1. a son of one's brother or sister. 2. a son of one's spouse's brother or sister.If the mother is not your sister or your sister-in-law, her sons are not your nephews.
i suppose this is another area in which we'll have to agree to disagree.also, in matters of love and family, dictionary definitions mean much less to me than actual people. especially tiny people who i love so very much.
In case anyone, like that anonymous guy, comes back to read these comments, I would like to add mine. I am the nephews' mom. Sarah is their auntie. Whether you choose to believe that or not, doesn't change anything. Also, why do you care so much? They aren't your nephews or your sons, so it seems rather silly to be so invested in classifying their relationship with Sarah.
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