Ceramic Figurine of Baby Jesus (from a Rosca de Reyes)
There's a long story behind this one. Brad & Derek spent Christmas in Mexico with some friends. At the Christmas party, they all shared a Rosca de Reyes, or "Three King's Bread." This is a traditional Mexican pastry in the form of a crown to commemorate the gifts the magi (three kings) brought to the nativity. A little ceramic figurine of the baby Jesus (shown above) is baked into the bread. The person who gets the piece of bread with the figurine is supposed to throw a party on El dia de la Candelaria, or Candlemas, which falls 40 days after Christmas on February 2. The day is also known as "The Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple."