Why do Protestants only acknowledge Mary at Christmas?

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Protestants and Evangelicals often claim that Catholics focus too much on Mary, that we worship Her, or other similar arguments. However, when Christmas rolls around, they're okay with Her. Why is this?

St. John's Gospel says that "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God... And the Word became flesh..." (John 1:1-2, 14). If this is so, then there's only one place where the Word could take flesh: in Mary's womb. If Jesus Christ is Word Made Flesh (who else would it be?), then Mary was the first one to receive the Word, which then would make Her the first Christian. She also would be the greatest Christian to ever live, since She is the Mother of the Word.

So with that in mind, why do Protestants and Evangelicals only acknowledge or appreciate Mary at Christmas?

By the way, a very happy Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe to all my Catholic GAGers!
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