Funny christmas mishaps
Everyone loves to gather with their families during the holiday season, but with all the pressure, preparations, and crowds, things are bound to go wrong. Though they found the incidents scary at the time, these moms are laughing about them today — and so will you. Our most popular articles, timely advice, and the trends that affect you—delivered to your inbox. Now the couple travels the country, earning wages as musicians and living full-time in a foot Winnebago. Their address in July: Parked next to a blueberry farm somewhere in western Oregon. I have one grandchild, Johnny.
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Festive occasions can go horribly awry, as these tales from Real Simple readers prove. My in-laws were having Christmas dinner at our house for the first time, and I wanted everything to be perfect. I cooked my turkey and the giblets before we left for the family Christmas Eve party. Both were left on the back of the stove to cool.
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Skip navigation! Lily di Costanzo. If Christmas carols were an accurate representation of what the season is like, we'd be spending the month sleigh-riding through snow-dusted lanes, sipping eggnog by a roaring hearth, and — like magic — meeting attractive strangers beneath sprigs of mistletoe.
While we all hope to create good, lasting memories for our families that come from family togetherness and spiritual experiences, some of my favorite Christmas memories come from the oops moments. I grew up in a home where the presentation of a gift was as important as what the box held inside. At Christmas, my mom and her best friend, my godmother Annie, would lock themselves up in a bedroom with footlockers full of wrapping paper and ribbon, sharp scissors, red pens, and an ironing board to make sure that no bows drooped on their watch. Last Christmas, between graduate school deadlines and preparing for family and the all-consuming stress of our adoption taking up every spare thought, I was less organized than usual. I wrapped it up along with all the rest.
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