Anonymous:I have the most amazing hispanic neighbors but I am not always sure how to react to certain situations. They had a baptism celebration on Saturday which I was invited to and did stop by to pay my respects. Today however the mom and one of the sons came by and gave my wife a dozen roses for her birthday, leftover cake, leftover sheep, mole (sp?) and several favors from the baptism. They have lived next door for years and I know the father and two of the kids very well but the mother has never done anythiong like this before. I guess my question is are we supposed to get them something now or would that be insulting? We just dont know how to take what happened tonight. Thanks
Though I know there are lot of people who are like this in the whole world . May be the hostess did not want to waste extra food so she gave it to you. I think there is no such rule .My advice is to refuse the things politely saying we already have a lot of food stored so please don't waste giving us or if you find it difficult to refuse,you just accept it and later on throw it in the garbage can .
HUYO:It may be just a way of making you participate in their celebration or share their joy with you. I would just accept the "presents" and thank them. I don’t think they are expecting to get something from you now. When you have a similar celebration at home, you may make them participate in a similar way.
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