Here are five tips for dealing with intrusive in-laws:
You and your husband are the parents and you have the final say on the upbringing of your child. And if you don't want them kissing your little one, they really need to respect your wishes.
Disagreements happen and it doesn't signal the end of the world. You are their parent so you have nothing to feel guilty about.
If they give unwanted advice, kindly thank them for it but tell them you and your husband and doing it your way.
Support your hubby's relationship with his parents and ask that he supports you too.
Finally, when your in-laws are driving you nuts, take a deep breath and remember these words of wisdom: "You don't just marry a person; you marry his or her family."