is pretty much how I feel right now.
DH and I will be spending Christmas in my hometown with my family - mom, dad, grandpa, grandpa, great-aunt. My mom's sister (Judy), her husband, and their two kids live about 90 minutes away.
Judy has expressed that they will have their own family Christmas morning and then be driving down to see the rest of us/spend the evening and next few days with the family. No one minds this and I think it's nice that they have their family traditions/etc.
Judy called me last night and we were discussing gifts for family. I mentioned that I found something perfect for her youngest DH and said I couldn't wait to see her unwrap it! Judy expressed surprise as I was not part of their "family Christmas" - which I am not - and I clarified that I meant to gift the gifts for their family when they arrived to join the rest of us.
Judy said something close to, "I had assumed you would be shipping my family's gifts here, you know we're having a Christmas morning on our own."
I said no, I planned to give them their gifts that night. Judy sort of huffed and puffed and said that was acceptable, but sounded very reluctant.
Any ideas for what I can say if she brings this up again or acts like a brat on Christmas? I really just hope this was a momentary lapse of nonsense as Judy is not normally like this.