Nothing better than your holiday table before the chaos begins.
Our family is growing, we all still fit at the dining room table but real soon we'll have to have a "kids table".
When we would go to mom and dad's for holiday meals we had a kids table, adult table and then a run off into the livingroom. When you got to sit at the adult table it was true braggin' rights, being child number 8, I never got to the adult table, but I John has. He and my brother-in-laws had my mom wrapped around their little finger. They could smooth talk her into anything, and the adult table got the most food! My brother Randy and I liked to claim the "walk-around" and eat so we could use a separate plate for each food group, you don't want your potatoes to touch your ham, that would be gross.