Do you open gifts on Xmas Eve

  1. at midnight or on the morning of Christmas?:love:
     
  2. We do both at my parents house. This is our first Christmas being married so I don't know what we are doing for our gifts yet....guess I should be figuring that out soon huh?!:shame:
     
  3. We go to Grandma's Christmas Eve and then come home and do the family thing too.
     
  4. We always open one present Christmas Eve night, and the rest in the morning.
     
  5. We open it on the boxing day
     
  6. We do it Christmas Eve night.
     
  7. same here, we let the children choose one present from under the tree, on christmas eve, and then we open our stockings on christmas morning, and our santa gifts after breakfast :smile:
     
  8. We used to but now since my son knows the whole Santa Claus comes on x-mas eve to bring gifts we won't be opening till x-mas morning. He's 3 so he's really looking forward to it this year.
     
  9. Christmas morning, a rule enforced by mom.:yucky:
     
  10. Midnight!!! I love it because there's something to look forward to after the midnight mass :yes:
     
  11. Well, hel-lo fellow Canadian.:graucho:

    I have often wondered, for those people who were brought up to believe in Santa Clause (I wasn't) how do you balance the opening of Christmas presents on Christmas EVE, with the whole Santa-thing. I mean, he's supposed to come at NIGHT, while you're sleeping...

    We open on Christmas morning. I love the whole jammies, bedhead and presents thing!!!
     
  12. we usually do it Christmas eve night unless we go out and come home late, Christmas day. This year we're going to Vegas Christmas eve so we opened presents today.
     
  13. We usually do Xmas day but because all of my family is getting together tomorrow, we will open all gifts then.

    AJ
     
  14. My family has always done it Christmas Eve, so I keep up that tradition.
     
  15. Christmas Day (usually in the afternoon when everyone is awake and breakfasted and ready.)


    I usually go after my stocking first, though.