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My partner and I adopted my cousin's daughter four years ago.

She is now eight. My partner's parents don't have any other grandchildren, and they do not have a lot of disposable income. They spent $350 on a guitar for our daughter's birthday/early Christmas gift last month, and now keep bugging me about getting her signed up for lessons. I have called several different places, and I can't find anyone to give her lessons for under $125 a month. We really don't have that much in disposable income. She also has Chinese lessons, and ballet. We don't have time for guitar. Why would someone buy a gift like this without making sure that we as the parents were willing to take the kid to lessons and pay for it? I know that this was a huge financial investment for them. Oddly enough, they are not thrilled that their daughter is a lesbian, but they love our daughter.

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