Non-Christmas Winter Holidays?

AndroAngel AndroAngel
Who else here celebrates non-Christmas winter holidays? I celebrate the solstice, my lover celebrates Christmas, so we celebrate both.

What do you celebrate and what are your traditions? Do you have a mixed household (two holidays)? How do you compromise, if so?
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Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
It's the same here--- he celebrates Christmas and I celebrate Yule, so we celebrate both together. It really just extends the season and makes it all more fun for everyone in the house.
Valentinka Valentinka
In my country Christmas is celebrated on the 7th of January and is overall considered not as important as the New Year (apparently has something to do with the persecution of Christians during the soviet era). There is also The Old New Year which falls on January the 14th and is an informal traditional Slavic Orthodox holiday, celebrated as the start of the New Year by the Julian calendar.
My partner and I celebrate the same holidays, so we don't have to compromise.
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I celebrate Yule - the twelve day variety - but that's usually too long, even for me, so I stick to the main day.
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