After I gave up Christianity for Lent,(j/k about Lent, I never quite was able to give up anything for Lent as a child) I continue to keep Christmas out of tradition for the Children and family who still were believers.
My Ex's family were not very religious, but kept the holidays and my own family was a mix of believers and questioning faith, but my Mom got us together for a wonderful Christmas Dinner each year. During her last years, my mom refused to go to Mass each Sunday so I did not have to worry about making sure my girls had proper dresses to wear each year.
Now that she is gone, I have continue the Christmas Dinner with my Family and added Hanukkah this year for my future son-in-law. My Daughter is going to convert, before they get married, so I want to respect their faith too.
This Post is written in Elnese, If it was an actual Post, it would make sense.
"England needs, examples of people who, leaving Heaven to decide whether they are to rise in the world, decide for themselves that they will be happy in it, and have resolved to seek, not greater wealth, but simpler pleasures; not higher fortune, but deeper felicity; making the first of possessions self-possession, and honouring themselves in the harmless pride and calm pursuits of peace." - John Ruskin