Well, we celebrate it... but when I was little, it was better - whole family ate a lunch together, our grandmas came, we were opening the presents, we were happy... But now, when we're older, I stay with my parents at home, and my brothers go somewhere else celebrating it. There is no "weee, Christmas is here, I'm so happy"... It is just - Christmas. My brothers probably think: I'm going to celebrate it somewhere else because my parents and my sister are sooo boring. There is no happiness like before. If you understand. And I hate when somebody buy me the presents because they think that a spirit of Christmas is in presents, and they're running from one shop to another to buy me something I won't like it... I don't need presents. It's enough for me that we're all together celebrating Jesus's birthday. And in that's the point. :/
I guess we technically do. My immediate family celebrates Yule, but my other family members (my grandparents) celebrate Christmas We just combine the two together, as they are celebrated on different dates anyway.