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Is it too much to ask my sister in law to drive to my house xmas eve

Answered 2 years ago

She invited me and hubby and our 5 kids aged 6 to 13 to her house for lunch
I think it would be easier if she came to our house She has no kids and works part time


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ANSWER
2 years ago
Suck it up. She got in first. She's willing to cater to all of children- BE GRATEFUL LESS HATEFUL

ANSWER
2 years ago
She invited you. She is offering to host 7 of you for a meal. Seems like a lovely offer to me.
Either go, and be a gracious guest.
Or decline - without trying to take the event to your house because that just seems rude.
And next year, if you want to host to make it easier for you, then get in earlier.

ANSWER
2 years ago
Pretty selfish of you. I get that you have 5 kids and have to organise them and drive to your sisters, but she’s willing to host all of you guys at her place, which is kind and hard work for her.
Similar thing happened to me a few years back, sister in law refused to come to our place for Xmas as she lives 45 minutes away. I was really hurt. (She’s happy to go 2 hours away to her parents place though.....)

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REPLY
2 years ago
Hugs to you

ANSWER
2 years ago
She invited you. Either accept the invite or decline it.

ANSWER
2 years ago
Bump