I’m a woman in my early 40s and have two siblings, and we all have kids. My problem is that my siblings and their families want to spend Christmas with my parents, which, due to Covid, means I’ll have go to my in-laws if we want to see any family over the holidays.
The problem with that is my husband is an only child, so my daughter will have no cousins to play with and she’s been desperate to see them.
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