A Christmas gift or Christmas gift is a gift given in celebration of Christmas.
Christmas giftsare often exchanged on Christmas Eve (December 2), Christmas Day itself (December 2), or the last day of the twelve-day Christmas season, the night of twelve (January). Nowadays, one of the most beloved parts of Christmas is the gift exchange that takes place every year. Not only because of the joy of receiving gifts, but also because of the joy of giving them.
Christmas is the only time of year for many people when you can show each person in your life how much they mean to you. Gift-giving is just another way to spread Christmas love and joy. His themes of festive generosity and family reunions accompany a story in which the stingy Ebenezer Scrooge transforms into a kinder man and wakes up on Christmas Day with the urge to make a donation and give gifts. Understanding why giving gifts to children (and, by gradual extension, to adults) became part of this new Christmas tradition requires expanding the story of Nissenbaum.
The focus on giving to children may have been promoted later by initiatives to reduce urban street fuss at Christmas, and by parents interested in keeping children away from the corrupting influences of those streets. In addition, Puritanism was popular in the early United States and Puritans didn't like the materialism of gift giving and Christmas in general. New American companies saw this as an opportunity to sell more products and began announcing the idea of Christmas gift giving as the norm. Although the current Christmas festival is an annual tradition that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ, the custom of exchanging gifts is the product of Victorian inventiveness, the joy of ancient Rome and medieval interpretations of early Christian narratives.
If newspaper advertisements from the early 19th century that promoted Bibles as Christmas gifts for children are any indication, parents of this time seem to have maintained a similar approach to providing spiritual value to their children.