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My two wonderful boys and their wonderful two wives. My terrific husband and my 3 OUT OF THIS WORLD grandchildren. I’ll stop there and say, my mom too.
LMAO…that last part has me laughing!!!
Sorry, couldn’t resist. I’m just kidding. For the most part anyway.
Of course! 🙂
Christmas morning – the 5 people who live in my house, plus my friend’s nephew, who is visiting. Then sometime in the afternoon, my kids and I will drive to my parents’ house, where my extended family will gather. Usually the following will come there to hang out: my siblings (5), their significant others (4), neices/nephews (5) and their significant others (2), and step-grand-neces/nephews (6). Am I leaving anyone out?
This year at Thanksgiving, the patriarch of the biggest branch of the family got angry and “threatened” to not bring his clan over this year. If only I could be sure. Then I wouldn’t bother with gifts for them. Oh, I know, that is terrible. Of course I want to see my brother and see (but not hear) his grandkids. Joy, joy, joy!
Like Joy said we will be with her mom, Paul, Toby, Sue, and all the kids!!! Some crab and shrimp will make a brief appearance but won’t stick around long!
The family of course.
Sorry Nikki I had to snicker just a bit when I saw your comment about the crab and shrimp. Just yesterday I had to wait on one of the bridges to close because two shrimp trawlers were coming in to dock.
That’s funny mssc. We haven’t had snow crab in ages. I can’t wait.
My parents, sister, brother in law, and niece 🙂
Have fun Lucy. You’ll be traveling then. Stay safe.
christmas eve we spent with hubs family ..well his moms side anyhow.. This year we are goign to my grandmothers tonight..
then christmas day is spent w/ my family and later on that evening we spend time w/ hubs dad and his wife..
Have a good one Tosha. Remember last year? This one has to be so much better.
Family! Both crazy sides!
You always callin us crazy! You fit in there too!
My husband, my girls and my husband’s parents who will join us for dinner.
Merry Christmas to all of you!
Quiet Christmas this year, sort of… at our house, me, Steve and Josh. My parents got here yesterday, and will spend Christmas with us. Then my brother and nephew join us on Saturday or Sunday. They’ll stay through Monday, which is my birthday, and then probably go home on Tuesday. They’ll pass my in-laws in transit, who are bringing Steve’s uncle with them, and they’ll stay until Friday.