Santa Claus is despondent about Christmas and sits on the steps of a family home to ponder what has changed.
Cupid appears with a gift and they end up in an argument about who is treaded in whose holiday. Santa relents to Cupid’s queries about what is wrong and Cupid seems to have an idea to fix it with love.
In the family home, Mom dines alone.
The following morning the family gathers at the tree to open gifts but this will be a Christmas the parents won’t forget in a hurry.
Santa and Cupid rejoice in the success of their mission.
It would have made more sense if the couple were brought closer together as a result of the gifts of love, but instead they fall further apart.
The Christmas morning scene doesn't make much sense either. Why did Santa have to give presents of love to the child if it didn...