Above all else, it's trying to arrange time with the most family possible. I have a huge family, so the dilemma used to be whether to visit my mom's family, my dad's family, or my son's dad's family ON Christmas - and it was ALWAYS an arguement. Now that his dad and I aren't together, and my mom moved a 12 hour drive away, it's whether to see my family or my fiance's family ON Christmas. Usually we alternate (we'll see my family during the years we have my son, and during the years he's with his dad we'll see my fiance's family) - BUT my fiance's extended family have yet to meet my son, AND they are hoping to move at least a day's drive away next year, which means it'll be a journey to see them for Christmas in the future! We all hate driving all day on Christmas, but I know my fiance doesn't want to ask his family if we can come on another day during the holidays... sigh!
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that being an adult and a parent just makes Christmas a lot less enjoyable!
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