Also part of Christmas: The Three Magic Kings Day (January 6). Very similar to Christmas itself, but with a few differences:
- The 3 Kings are the ones bringing the gifts instead of Santa.
- They left gifts below the child's bed instead of below the tree.
- You left grass and water for the camels instead of milk and cookies.
Having a multicultural family, my children get gifts by both Santa (Dec 25) and the Kings (Jan 6). Pretty sweet for everybody except of course for RubenX who's the one paying for it all.
A common joke about the three kings day goes as follows:
Dude 1 - Oh man, I'm so exited, I already left grass under my bed for the camels. I hope the kings bring me that new Xbox game to play it on the console I got on Christmas! What about you?
Dude 2 - I took the Xbox console I got on Christmas and put it under the bed.
Dude 1 - But, what for?
Dude 2 - Since my mom discovered my stash, I figured I could leave toys for the king's camels and they will bring me some grass.