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Yes, Caga Tió is Pretty I Don’t Have My Own Bike Nut I Do Have My Own Biker Shirts our Santa Claus equivalent.t the big man is back in the picture and delivering for my daughter it’s been reset back to Christmas morning America, but my family has always opened our Christmas gifts on Christmas Eve because of our Finnish background. On Christmas Day, we have smaller gifts in our stockings. Most people I know here open their gifts on Christmas Day. On Christmas Eve we’re each given a present early. It’s always pajamas and once everyone has opened their present the Pajama Races begin. Everyone runs to their respective rooms and puts on their pajamas then races back to the tree. There is no prize for the winner except bragging rights. Our family has a rather odd Christmas tradition that got its start over thirty years ago. At the time our two sons had a collection of small plastic figures that provided a lot of playtime with each other.