The kid is fascinated by the Christmas tree--which, because we were worried her fascination would lead to eating, tugging, and a tree falling in the living room, is only 4' tall and perched safely on a table--and we expect that, come Christmas morning, she'll be opening presents with wild enthusiasm.
Of course, I think she'll be more interested in (tearing, chewing, swallowing, and throwing around) the wrapping paper than in the contents of any gift.
Since I'd rather not spend Christmas watching my daughter binge and purge giant sheets of paper, what else should you do for wrapping/opening gifts? Or more generally, how do you handle Christmas with a 10-month old baby?
Note to DT's Jewish readers; we're planning to teach her the dreidl next year, when I expect her to read and count. Although we're not Jewish, we are New Yorkers, which is practically the same thing.