Despite (or, more likely, because of) the fact that we don't celebrate Christmas at our house, I absolutely love pretty much every one of the holiday trappings: the Christmas lights, the Christmas trees, the Christmas cookies, the Christmas stockings.
If I were Christian and even the tiniest bit religious, I'd probably go all out, but, as it is, I don't feel obligated to do anything in particular. In fact, I feel kind of obligated to not do anything in particular (and, no, following the time-honored Jewish tradition of going out for Chinese food on Xmas Day doesn't really count). I know that some non-Christians feel alienated by the pervasive Christmasy-ness of December, but I think of it as kind of like being a guest at someone else's party or a spectator at a play -- all the fun, none of the work.
I do, however, buy presents for my many, many non-Jewish relatives and sign up for the program run by the office to buy Christmas gifts for needy kids. This year I've been matched with Javon*. All I know about him is that he's six years old and that he's asking for jeans, sweaters, a winter coat, books and arts and crafts. It's been an awfully long time since I've had to shop for a six-year-old boy and I'm kind of at a loss. So, if you have any suggestions of specific books or arts and crafts things he might like, please leave them in the comments.
eta: Thanks so, so much for all the great suggestions! You guys are absolutely brilliant!
*Not his real name, of course.