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Do you open your Christmas presents on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day?
On Christmas Eve, we open presents with my side of the family. On Christmas Day, we give gifts to each other and in the evening we visit his mother and share gifts there.
I let my son open one at midnight on Christmas Eve and then if there are any left he has to wait until Christmas morning.
Both, We open a couple on Christmas eve, but most of them on Christmas day.
Both. I open a few on Christmas Eve and some on Christmas day.
We mostly open on Christmas eve...We just buy each other small gifts but it is always fun to open...As we watch very old movies.
My family always opened up gifts on Christmas Eve, that was given by other family members. Gifts from "Santa" were opened on Christmas Day.
This year we'll open them Christmas Morning (I think) but there've been years where we've opened them on Christmas eve. This year my daughter's coming home on Christmas eve so I thought that Christmas morning would be nice...there may even be a dusting of snow to add to the spirit of the day.
Christmas Eve afternoon we go to visit my husband's aunt where all the cousins get together. The kids open their gifts from there and they all play together. That evening, at home, we do not open any other presents and wait to open the ones to each other and from Santa until Christmas morning.
We do both; open some on Christmas Eve and some on Christmas Day at our house.
Both. We travel around from family to family so we open the presents where we are on whichever day we get there.
At my house we open one on Christmas Eve..Which is always a pair of pajamas..Any other gifts are opened Christmas day.
we open our presents on Christmas Day! Though it is tempting to open them as soon as we get them! We have buckwheat pancakes (see hub) for breakfast and then open our presents.
Christmas Morning - it's just a personal tradition of mine and a good exercise in patience.
We open ours on Christmas day. We eat oyster soup on Christmas Eve and try to figure out what the presents are without opening them. It gets everyone excited.
by Lois Ryan2 years ago
If you have a set amount for Christmas/ presents for your children what you you do in this situationLets say you want to spend $200 for two children and one child's presents come to $100 because of great sales but the...
by moonfairy5 years ago
How do you spend Christmas Eve?
by moonfairy5 years ago
Do you put gifts under the tree as you wrap them? or do you sneak them under the tree on Christmas Eve??
by rlaha6 years ago
In what ways do you spend Christmas?Do you visit family/friends, do you give presents, do you go to your place of worship?
by Julianna8 years ago
With respect to both my believer and non-believer friends I am just curious if Christmas is celebrated in the same way with Christmas trees and gift giving etc. The purpose is not to argue and fight on this thread but...
by mega17 years ago
It's Christmas eve day here, bright and sunny and soggy. Have a good time hubbers! I'm baking a little, going now out to the garden see how things are going there. Will check back with you all later!
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