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Old 06-23-2022, 10:31 AM
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Since they're playing it by ear, I'd just make sure everything was ready (clean sheets, etc..) then go about your plans as you normally would. Then if they DO show up, you can have a key hidden outside for them to get in and get settled until you get home. That way it doesn't affect your plans and they're still welcomed there.

We've had similar situations with my in-laws for many years (weren't sure if they were going to BIL instead). They wouldn't tell us until the last minute if they were coming to Thanksgiving, so now instead of wondering about it I just planned for them to be there and didn't ask them to bring anything. I didn't mind having extra food if they didn't show up. It was much less stressful and kept the relationship in tact.
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