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    Yep, as it's his first Father's Day with DS I bought him silver cuff links. (Well, technically not his first but last one I was recovering from a c-section when bub came earlier than planned.) If he's sure he likes the design I'll then take them and have the boys' names and birthdays engraved on them. SS always buys him something too and DS's has made him a picture at childcare.

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    yep

    I expect presents for Mothers Day so I do it for Fathers Day. Some years its just a bottle of wine or some chocolates, and other times its something more ... just depends on what he wants or needs - but always something. DD makes a card and now that she is a bit older at school they make him something - and she bought him a small present out of her pocket money.

    I will make him brekky, and we are going out for lunch with his Dad, then going to my Dads for afternoon tea. Big day

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    Father's Day was in June for us. I had DS put his handprint on a mug from a paint your own pottery place and got DH a subscription to a craft beer thing (every week they send a different craft beer).

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    Yep! 2nd father's day and he got this and a personalised pillow. He also got a tyre repair kit. I hope he loves it!
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    Always. This year is really the first year where DD (nearly 4) has been able to contribute. She's so excited about it! Chocolate, socks, plus a few kids books that are Daddy- themed to read to DD.

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    Usually I do, but this is DS1'S first year at school and he was really excited about buying presents at the Father's Day Stall. He'll get those and a box of favourites. We also spent ages yesterday making him a jelly slice because he doesn't eat cake and I agreed that he could go to a bday and stay out. The kids and I are at my Dad's house to make him breakfast in the morning instead.
    He knows we can't afford anything more as he just bought himself new work boots.

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    I didn't buy dh a present but this is what dd bought from school. I love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I didn't buy dh a present but this is what dd bought from school. I love it!
    Please explain?? It looks interesting! I just have no idea what it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I didn't buy dh a present but this is what dd bought from school. I love it!
    The first thing I thought is "wow a Malteser holder" but I'm guessing that's not quite right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    The first thing I thought is "wow a Malteser holder" but I'm guessing that's not quite right.
    Hehe

    It's the game peg solitaire . I had to Google the instructions because I couldn't remember how to play.


 

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