D's 2 couldn't have been more excited to give do his handmade gift yo his dad. He woke up at 1. 30 am the first time to give him a gift and 4 more times after that.
Yes normally i get the kids to make something and buy a present. But this year dd just got him something from school and i told dh to go to his fav camping shop to buy something.
For me I would much prefer a hand made gift from my kids than something from a shop
I got DH m&ms I've now lost them and AF has arrived and I'm ****ed off because I want the m&ms bet you he found them and isn't telling me
Usually I do more like wallet etc depends on his performance 😳😝 eta he's only been a dad 2 years
I always say I wont, but I do anyway.
This year I got him a Scotland t-shirt.
For the DH and I most birthdays and mother/fathers day present are truly dependent on whether we have money to do it.
I buy him a good bottle of champagne and we drink it together 😁
I don't consider it as a proper gift though. To me it's about the kids, not about what I think of DH as a parent.
That's cute that your kids wanted to buy him more, but not everyone equates presents with love. (Not saying it's bad, just saying it's not the same for everyone)
Last edited by DT75; 07-09-2015 at 12:15.
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