by Michelle Coto
Before you tie the knot with your significant other, there’s one crucial discussion you need to have--where to spend the holidays. When you get married, your extended family immediately grows to accommodate the in-laws. And when you have in-laws, it’s only natural that they will want to share special holidays with the newlyweds. But your parents and relatives want to share holidays with you and your spouse too. So how do you decide to celebrate the holidays when you have two different families who want you to celebrate with them? After all, it can be a bit tricky trying to balance your loyalty to your parents as well as loyalty toward your spouse and the in-laws. Read on for some handy tips about how to navigate the holiday season as newlyweds.