What started as a joke in 2012, has turned into a holiday tradition witnessed by millions.
To the eight Orgill siblings (plus their parents, spouses, nieces and nephews), the annual dance became a way to reconnect in spite of their busy lives.
When the siblings were young their parents "would have us put on funny little plays and then videotape us just for fun. With eight young children, they were always looking for ways to keep us busy," Ammon Orgill said.
Starting with a silly dance to Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" in 2012 soon had the family internet famous.
Then in 2013 the family embraced their inner Mariah again, with "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town."
By 2014 they had almost half a million views on their take of Justin Bieber's "Drummer Boy."
Now they have taken it up a notch, and you have to see this year's video!