Hey that could be a good thing, or a bad thing.. on one hand, you could get double the presents, on the other hand, they might call your Xmas presents your b/day presents as well
Take my word for it, it's a bad thing. It mixes everything up and it makes the month of December even more hectic than it needs to be. Mine isn't ON Christmas, but it's in this month, and I did a stupid thing when I decided to get married...we decided to elope, and in order to get the time off to do that, I decided to use my Christmas vacation, so now there is this combo gift birthday/anniversary/Christmas thing that people give me, or they completely forget one of the "special days" (and it's never Christmas). Then there's a bunch of guilt because you know the people who love you don't want to forget your special days, but they're also maxed out in December when it comes to discretionary funds for gifts, so you TELL them to just forget about it, but inside that's not what you really want.
O.K., maybe that's not how it works for pjdark, but that's how it is for me, and if I had a choice in the matter, I would move my birthday to May, and my anniversary to July. It would have been nice if somebody would have asked me to the prom, too, but my life has not gone the way I dreamed it would when I was a little girl. THAT will teach me to have dreams! LOL