DH and I are not phone people. Well, other than for texting :-) I rarely call my own mother unless it's an emergency - we visit in person every other week or so and send Facebook messages in the meantime.
DH's mom and sister have been giving him crap about never calling. Even his grandfather apparently complained to his mom behind our backs that DH never calls him (DH never did in his entire 30 something years of living, not sure why he thought DH would start now). While they were on this complaining session they apparently complained that now that DH is married he never spends holidays with them. DH is hearing this secondhand from his sister. I want to say this is completely untrue - we alternate Thanksgiving and Christmas with the families (spending Thanksgiving with one set of parents, Christmas the other and swapping every year) and spend Easter with my parents and Mother's Day with his. We've tried to split them as evenly as possible. We've been married for six years so I have no idea why this is coming out now (maybe because DH's grandmother passed away a few months ago?)
Part of me thinks I should try to straighten things out, but DH just blows them off. WWYD? And, are we weird for not being phone people? (we never call each other or our friends either, I should mention . . . and we're in our mid 30s, so it's not like we were of the texting generation).