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Christmas with the Inlaws
My husband and I have been married almost 4 years but together 8. His parents are divorced and my parents aren't. 2 years ago I started a job working every other weekend and every other holiday. We have been more then accommodating the last couple of years but last year and from now on it won't be like that. Last year I spent Christmas Eve working and Christmas Day going to his dad's house then his moms house and finally was able to spend some time with my family for Christmas. How do others handle holidays with families that expect you to be there all the time? This year I work Christmas Day so I asked all family's to give me a day that works for them for Christmas. My parents took Christmas dinner and his parents haven't responded. I would like to celebrate Christmas with them but they said they plan all there stuff Christmas Day both his mom and step dad and his dad and stepmom. Should I just not worry about spending holidays with them or try to make it work? And how do I go about doing so by making everyone happy but also not stressing over it.