A DMK Production
This is the situation:
You and your spouse have a twelve year-old son, Kevin. Kevin is spanked if needed.
You have a sister who is a single mother (your Brother-in-law passed away ten years ago) to your nephew, Isaac, who is eleven.
Your sister and Isaac always come by on Christmas morning for breakfast and gift exchanges.
Isaac does get a few gifts at home but, since things are tight for your sister and since you are financially secure, Santa leaves Isaac's major gifts at your house.
It is sort of a standing traditional rule in your family that everyone will have breakfast as a family and then open gifts. This has never been an issue for Kevin.
Yes, the boys are now aware of Santa's identity but still enjoy keeping the tradition going.
You hear some activity and come down on Christmas morning and see this:
Kevin sees you and says, "I was so excited I couldn't sleep. I figured it would be OK to open just one gift. Look at this great car Santa left for me! I am going to put it together then Isaac and I can play with it when he gets here."
You collect your thoughts before saying anything and gather up the discarded wrapping and look at the tag. The tag says, "To Kevin From Santa."
The error then dawns on you. "Santa" was in a hurry and very tired the night before and he put the wrong tag on the car. The car is Isaac's gift.
Had Kevin waited this would not have been an issue because you always distribute the gifts and you would have caught the error. Both boys do have other gifts.