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Julie W. Miner writes the blog Rants from Mommyland. She has three kids, a long-suffering husband, a very naughty dog and a geriatric, ill-tempered cat. In addition to blogging, she teaches at a college she couldn’t have gotten into because she made bad choices in high school.

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What Families REALLY Think About Thanksgiving [INFOGRAPHIC]

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We all love Thanksgiving, right? But the act of preparing a feast is a huge undertaking and for some reason, I forget about this. I’m very lucky because my husband does all the holiday cooking. I cook everything else all year long – but on major holidays he kills it in the kitchen.

Have you ever noticed that the perspective of the person in the kitchen tends to be different than that of the person whose job it is to do all the stuff that is not cooking (errands, last minute frenzied cleaning, kid wrangling, wiping of surfaces and noses)? And they are both different than those of the kids (who are focused on pie, making noise and watching excessive amounts of TV)? Well, I developed a little infographic to describe this phenomenon:

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Julie W. Miner writes the blog Rants from Mommyland. She has three kids, a long-suffering husband, a very naughty dog and a geriatric, ill-tempered cat. In addition to blogging, she teaches at a college she couldn’t have gotten into because she made bad choices in high school. Read bio and latest posts → Read Julie's latest posts →

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