Father Christmas has a job share
When I was a kid we’d always have the same things in our stockings on Christmas morning: a book (to keep us quiet until a civilized time in the morning), a toothbrush (dental hygiene is important, people!), a satsuma in the toe, and some chocolate. Tradition is important, but so is meeting expectations.
When you unwrap a chocolate Santa, you don’t expect to be questioning whether it’s Christmas or Easter. As impressed as I am that the manufacturers managed to make a shape that would work for both our Christmas and Easter festivities, I can imagine the disappointed faces on unwrapping the treat.