Awww Tink, Im so glad you have the punch bowl sweetie
I love Xmas, we usually spend it as a family in my parents house. This year will be wonderful as all 4 siblings will be able to make it, and all 5 granddaughters will meet each other and be together :)
We have some traditional dishes, many of them Spanish/Mexican. Our little family of 4, which is now the biggest since we are the only one with 2 kids will make the codfish plate, and there willmost likely be Romeritos which are an herb made with mole which is a chocolate/chilli sauce and tiny shrimp pancakes, turkey, apple salad, and depending on the time and number of people going, ham, pasta, etc....
We do a gift exchange amongst everyone, so if my sister's brother and sister in law go, they are also included in the gift exchange.... and then after dinner, when everyone has left we hand out gifts amongst our family.
On the 25th, we spend all Xmas morning at home, I just love to play Xmas music and watch my girls be happy with whatever Santa brought them :)
Toño and I dont do presents for each other, sometimes somehting tiny, but what we do is change whatever amount we were going to spend into dollars, it helps when we travel to know we already have something for expenses and souvenirs