Engaged Bachelorette couple Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez aren’t sure of their holiday schedule yet, because “scheduling is difficult,” says Fedotowsky.  One thing that is for sure, however, is that the blonde Bachelorette wants a yellow beach cruiser and Christian Louboutin shoes “really bad” for Christmas, according to Us Weekly.  Unfortunately, there’s one issue with her wish list.  Martinez says, “I don’t know what they look like!”

How do you resolve holiday scheduling conflicts with your partner?

Cupid’s Advice:

Once you bring a partner into the picture, it can be tough to make everyone in your family happy over the holidays.  Cupid has a few suggestions:

1. Prioritize: Take time to discuss what’s important to both you and your partner.  Make sure to at least satisfy number one on each of your lists.

2. Consider your family situation: If one side of your family has 15 people getting together for the holidays and the other side only has five, go by the numbers.  Go where your presence will be most appreciated.

3. Compromise: If you and your partner’s families live close to one another, split up your time.  Spend Christmas Eve with one family and Christmas Day with the other.  If they live far apart, switch off by year instead.