I am looking here for some opinions, if you think what I did was OK or not in your country/culture.
We have a baby (4 month old) that has trouble sleeping (very light sleeper). We are trying to put her for a nap three times a day and each nap lasts around 40 min. It takes usually 15-20 min to make her sleep (rocking, lullabies etc.). The baby sleeps on an attached bed.
The baby is sleeping (20 minutes already), the mother is beside the baby, the door is closed, with light background music. The grandma (mother of my wife) needs a bag weight scale and is outside the door and calls the mother. Each call is getting louder cause she doesn't get a response... Now I am downstairs hear her calling and I tell her that the baby is sleeping... (I am sure that the Grandma knew that the baby is sleeping as the lullaby song was on and door closed, but she still insisted on a response)
They tell my wife that I was extremely rude to do that cause I would never tell an older person to ask to be quiet...
Also, it was not like that they needed the scale right now. They were making already bags but only going to the airport in another week...
I think this is totally non-sense and I think that I have the right to say or ask them to be quiet in that case.
What do you think? How is it in your country/culture?