We're also doing some of the traditional listening/watching within reason. I'll share a bit of that.
Throughout the season, our other favorite movies are the typical ones like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, A Charlie Brown Christmas, White Christmas and The Grinch. If you're looking for something touching and a little different, consider The Snowman and the Snowdog--not overstimulating--not truly animated actually, only set to music. I personally don't understand why they aren't chomping at the bit more to see Muppet's Christmas Carol, which is probably my favorite.
One of these days, I need to do a post about our favorite Christmas books...
Some more: anything by Loreena McKennitt, Elizabeth Mitchell's Sounding Joy, The two Sufjan Stevens contributions, Gaby Moreno's Posada (new to me this year), Vince Guaraldi's Charlie Brown Christmas album, Shawn Colvin's Holiday Songs and Lullabies. I also have a big heart for The Carpenters' Christmas Portrait, what can I say?