It's pretty large, I would say about 15-ish peeps or more. Only close family usually and it gets loud. We like to sit around and eat, play games and just enjoy our time together, we have fun and there is plenty of laughter. When/if it gets to be too much, I hide in my room for a bit. But, I love my family and wouldn't trade the experience for anything.
The Following User Says Thank You to Courtney For This Useful Post:
Its going to be 14 of us this year....and guess whos cooking?!! LOL 'cue the Twilight zone music'.....ME!....I cant say im looking forward to cooking for so many people. Ive never attempted to cook for that amount before....so I hope they fetch some snacks with them as they'll probably end up with one potato and a slice of meat each hahahaha!!!
The Following User Says Thank You to kelly ann For This Useful Post:
We used to have a large christmas breakfast with our whole family on the morning of christmas. I'm 22 now but I remember going there and showing our family and kids what we all got for christmas. The tradition has stopped due to family moving and age catching up on the grandparents. To be honest, I love a nice intimate christmas with just my familly, waking up and spending that time together is wonderful
The Following User Says Thank You to RyanTheElf For This Useful Post:
We used to have big family Christmas Dinner - anywhere from 10 - 15 people. Family members have settled down and started their own families so now we have scaled things back to us (5) and maybe a couple other people. Last year was the first time where we didn't have anyone over for Christmas Dinner and it was nice. Spent less time in the kitchen cooking and cleaning up and was able to spend more time with the family.
The Following User Says Thank You to Minta For This Useful Post:
around 9 people on christmas day....my parents, my boyfriend, my brother and wife and two kids, plus kandice and I of course......not so many, also not just 2.....always have lots of fun, good food and lots of fun...oh...i guess i mentioned it before
Merry Christmas to All and God bless You
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