Christmas is represented by an overweight older man named Santa Claus. A child tale says he goes to every house in the world and delivers presents if they were nice and would give them coal if they were bad. Santa Claus also has a sleigh with 8 reindeer that fly him across the world. If you want to know more about him please ask.
Most of the time there are dinners with family and relatives. Christmas parties are common. And presents usually are determined off of what is called a “wish list” which is a list of things someone wants.
I can tell you how my family celebrates, which I think carries across to a good portion of people (perhaps not, my family is weird). My family eats a Christmas dinner, which is a roast chicken with side dishes like sweet potato casserole, broccoli and cheese (we are weird, I know), cranberry sauce, and homebaked rolls (yum!). Also, the morning of Christmas we often make pancakes and shape them like snowmen. As far as presents, they vary depending on the person. Like I got my mom boots this year, while I bought baking utensils for my dad (his hobby is bread baking). Christmas movies are probably my favorite tradition. We watch stuff like The Polar Express, The Grinch, and Home Alone. My personal favorite is Elf!