My Mom invited me and my family to her house, along with my sister and her family, for Christmas Day lunch. We always do our family thing at my Grandma's house Christmas Eve night. Even though DH and I decided that Christmas Day was going to be just for us and the kids, and we weren't going any where, I agreed to go. Well after my Mom and I talked for an hour, she sends me an email saying that our entire family and some of her BF's family were going to be there, too. I am confused. If the whole family will be together on Christmas Eve, why have the same people get together the next day, too? It's not like it's torture to see my family, but I think it's a little strange. I especially don't know why my Mom talked up the idea of "being with her girls" when she'd already invited every one. I have other obligations, with the in laws, and now I have to plan that around two of my own family gatherings instead of the usual one. Weird. I don't want to go back on what I said, but it seems repetitive. Would you go to both or pick one?
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