For as long as I can remember, my family has celebrated St. Nicholas Day. For everyone who doesn't understand, let me give you a brief summary. St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, is the patron saint of children and his feast day is December 6. So on the night of December 5, St. Nicholas visits the homes of those who believe in him and leaves small presents in stockings, usually with a little candy, too. What child doesn't love candy? I think this is mostly a German Catholic tradition.
I knew when I was little that when I got married and established my own family that this was something I wanted to carry on. So, these days, Nathan and I have our own St. Nicholas celebrations. This year, the Bishop brought Nathan a cable to connect my computer to the TV so that we can watch Netflix on the TV screen. He brought me a space heater. :)