I chose No way, the end. However, our family is more complicated than that. My husband and I aren't Christian but have allowed our children to choose their own religious paths. The oldest ones (27 and 21) don't really give much thought to religion at all - kind of like us. However, the 15 year old has chosen Mormonism as of this year (we live in Utah) and the youngest is 2 and not old enough to care about any of it yet. We support his choice, but it's definitely a point of contention in this house. So, while the rest of us will be enjoying the cozy warmth of the house, the 15 year old has decided he will attend church. Our only rule for Christmas day is that he can attend church ONLY if we are, without rushing, finished with morning routine as a family (coffee, presents, breakfast, etc..). Then he may attend the one hour session they have that day.