Paid PostPosted on Dec 5, 201614 Christmas Moments All New Parents Will RecogniseLike when you realise they're more interested in the boxes than the presents.by Ella's KitchenBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. One of the best things about Christmas is all the cute new outfits you can dress them up in! Joanna Zieli?ska / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Because let's face it: Once they can talk, they’ll be saying no! 2. You might be much more excited about taking them to meet Father Christmas than they are. Adam Hester / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Maybe you can try again next year. 3. They'll be in awe of the tree that's suddenly sprung up inside the living room. Adam Hester / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Before, these only existed outside! 4. But then you'll soon realise it may have been an error decorating the bits of the tree they can reach... Uwe Krejci / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Time to make the tree a bit top-heavy. 5. You'll spend a small fortune on presents for them. KidStock / Getty Images / BuzzFeed And it'll probably take you most of the morning to get through them, too. 6. But no matter how much you spend on the presents, you'll quickly realise they're much more interested in the packaging. PhotoAlto/Frederic Cirou / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Well, that's a learning for next year. 7. Wrapping paper seems especially exciting.... PhotoAlto/Frederic Cirou / Getty Images / BuzzFeed At least their tastes are affordable! 8. And with their attention fully on the wrapping paper, you'll no doubt have to open the rest of the presents for them Kidstock / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Maybe all those hours wrapping wasn't the best use of time. 9. All the faces they recognise will suddenly be in the same place at the same time. JackF / Getty Images / BuzzFeed So much to take in! 10. And they'll be passed around from relative to relative, as everybody wants a squeeze. Tatjana Kaufmann / Getty Images / BuzzFeed It's that new baby smell that everyone wants a whiff of. 11. Suddenly empty boxes are given a new lease of life. fotostorm / Getty Images / BuzzFeed You just won't be able to resist putting them in one of them. 12. You'll definitely pretend to have them pull a cracker with you. IAN HOOTON/SPL / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Because it's not Christmas without a cracker... 13. You’ll try and teach them about the family Christmas traditions. Mike Harrington / Getty Images / BuzzFeed Even if they might still need to grow into that paper crown. 14. Of course, once they start to understand it's a special and happy occasion, you'll then have to try and explain that it won't be happening again for another year! Alfie / Getty Images / BuzzFeed And with it, next year will no doubt bring a whole new batch of amusing and cherished moments too. This year, Ella’s Kitchen is launching #EllasChristmasJumpers in support of Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day! View this video on YouTube youtube.com We've had the help of eight little jumpers and a favourite festive tune to encourage little ones everywhere to get involved! Take a peek, share the festive fun, and sign up to help Save the Children!