Chances are your kids are having two Thanksgiving celebrations this year — one with their family and one with friends, appropriately dubbed “Friendsgiving.”
Friendsgiving is a time for friends to come together, share a meal and give thanks. It has become a centerpiece of the holiday season for young adults across the country.
A lot of millennials are unmarried, living away from their families in different cities. Because of that, our friends have become our main support system, serving the role of family as we live away from home.
When our parents and grandparents were growing up, it wasn’t uncommon for them to live at home with their family until they were married. They always celebrated Thanksgiving with family, so they never got the change to celebrate Friendsgiving.
Friendsgiving is usually celebrated before Thanksgiving Day, so we can spent the holiday with our families. Not a bad deal — you can never have too much turkey!
Kids these days! Lazy, entitled and self-absorbed, amirite? Well, we’re here to remind you – we’re rocking our bad rep just like every generation that came before us (lookin’ at you Baby Boomers and Gen Xers). Kendall and Jessica are here to bridge the Generation Gap and remind you that there’s more that unites us than divides us. Let us be your guides into the crazy lives of your kids and grandkids. Watch every Tuesday and Thursday!