Let me start out by saying that I love my fiance's family almost as much as my own.
But his mom hasn't shown any real enthusiasm for our engagement, at least not to me...
When I called her to tell her that I had said yes (because the entire world knew and managed to keep it a secret) I got a quick "congratulations" and then she immediately started talking about the centerpieces for her daughter's upcoming wedding, which yes I understand that it's soon but really, that's it?
Even his sister (the one getting married) was jumping up and down and ecstatic for us.
This past weekend when we went to visit (for said sister's bridal shower) everyone else (including his dad) wanted to see the ring and gave me a huge hug and officially welcomed me to the family..everyone except his mom.
The only time she actually brought up the wedding on her own was when she was telling me how happy she is that he's not a girl and she doesn't have to go through that part of wedding planning again.
We are in no way trying to outshine his sister and her fiance, we've decided to wait until after their wedding in June to do any sort of serious planning.
We were never the ones to bring up our engagement; the most we did was tell everyone that we had settled on a date (because apparently you're supposed to know that 5 minutes after you get engaged).
((side note: I have also been trying to help her with the other wedding since long before our engagement and I barely get a response to any ideas or even the offer to purchase something I've found that they need))
She and I have always had a good relationship and I was planning on taking her and my mom when I go dress shopping, but I'm not sure I want to if this is the enthusiastic response I'm going to be met with.
My fiance hasn't said anything since the phone call incident but I'm pretty sure he's feeling the love as much as I am.
Did I (we?) do something wrong? Or am I just being oversensitive?
Thanks in advance.
(honestly I thought writing it all down was going to help, but now I kind of just want to cry)