What is your take on this: I was listening to a coworker talking about her Thanksgiving holiday and the incident that took place in her home. In addition to her 22 invited guests, her sister-in-law brought along an uninvited friend (with a 7 year old child). Coworker was a bit miffed, told sister-in-law so, but relented and kept the day going. Until, (sound of crashing), the 7 year old child knocked over a Chinese vase coworker treasured (bought 12 years ago on a trip there) that was behind a couch because he was rough-housing in the living room while his mother was talking on her cell phone. Other children were in the family room watching videos, playing games, etc. Sister-in-law apologized for the uninvited guest/child's behavior while the uninvited guest said nothing. No one offered to replace the vase, give some cash to assuage the loss. Sister-in-law also told coworker she always knew something would happen to it because of the location behind the couch. As host, where do you go from here?