For the day, we go to the parade in Philadelphia, which is basically going by right in front of my mom and dad's condo, so we hang out with my family in the morning, and my DD loves watching the balloons and bands. Its really fun as long as it isnt raining. So we will do that.
For dinner, I dont know what we will do. My MIL, the person who always waits until the week before Thanksgiving to decide what to do, actually tried to pressure me into making plans last week. I couldnt really believe it since not once in 10 years have they ever made plans or committed to anything with more than five days prior to the actual holiday. But then she also put on the pressure to host by saying she was scheduled to have her kitchen redone the week before Thanksgiving, but we could still have it at her house we'd just have to all do potluck and paper plates (um, so passive aggressive especially since DH is the chef in the family). DH caught her after he overheard it, and said firmly to her "we are not making plans for thanksgiving dinner".
I dont know how I feel about dinner...for one, Thanksgiving dinner isnt really super-sacred to us. One year when my friend was dying, I was so sad that I cancelled plans and we (me and DH) went out for chinese and to a movie and it was very freeing and a good break from the family pressure stress. And this year, while one part of me would love to have everyone over, another part of me thinks I may want to hibernate. When my family or the in laws come over, it tends to feel like an awful lot of work to host and clean up after them....its not exactly a pitch-in type of group effort, ever, so we tend to host them less and less...
Of course, there is always the chance that the baby will already be here, in which case, Thanksgiving dinner will be just the four of us up in the bedroom (I am doing the two week upstairs sequestered thing when baby arrives)