The rule of 3 gifts for Christmas is that we limit the number of gifts we give to each person. Instead of filling the gift list with as many gifts as we can, we were left with 3 gifts and each gift has a special meaning. Giving just 3 gifts in the categories above creates a more memorable party because gifts mean more to them. The purpose of this gift is to make a gift that draws everyone in and to enjoy time together as a family.
Inspired by the idea that Jesus received three gifts from the Three Wise Men on December 25th: gold, incense and myrrh, many parents say they also want three Christmas gifts for their children. It's not just Christmas that has been marketed the most, but it seems that every holiday is increasingly focused on spending money and buying more gifts. I want to decorate the tree and tell my children the meaning of each ornament, I would love to make keeping up with the Advent calendar a special way to celebrate the days before Christmas, and I would like to read “The Night Before Christmas” with my children without worrying that my night before Christmas doesn't have enough hours to wrap and put together all the gifts. But have you heard of the rule of 3 Christmas gifts? For about ten years now, this idea has been popular among online bloggers.