Since I'm on the topic of Christmas presents and traditions, here's one more.
My paternal Grandfather lived in the small village 5 miles from our farm. We liked our Grandpa. There were times that he stayed at our place.
Grandma had died recently so we had a Christmas present for Grandpa. The three of us four to seven year olds ran up to his house to give him his present. We expected that he would put his present some place and open it at Christmas. No! What did he do? He opened the present right in front of us! We were appalled and went home and told our mother as she had knitted him a pair of wool mitts.
So that was Grandpa's tradition for Christmas presents.
Grandpa was a Central European peasant. His family were farmers in the Ukraine. They came to Canada in the early 1900's as there was not any more land for them in Europe. They came to Canada in the early 1900's and homesteaded in Saskatchewan. Their traditional Christmas was only religious.
There are many unique ways to mark Christmas.
Do you have some unique traditions?