Id be happy with anything that hubby puts some thought into.
Last year we couldn't afford Xmas for us and the family (his sisters mum etc not kids) so we didn't do anything (well I did some small things for him) and it kinda sucked so would be happy with just being able to acknowledge the day.
Altho a Positive test would be nice
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26-10-2014 17:55 #62
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26-10-2014 19:16 #63Senior Member
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If I want to be realllllyyyyyyy selfish and greedy I'd love a kid free holiday. That's not going to be happening though.
Something less selfish and greedy but still not realistic...I would like paint for the inside of my house and new blinds. Or a new fridge.
Realistic - ummm....maybe a new pair of swimmers.
26-10-2014 19:21 #64
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26-10-2014 19:47 #66
I am not big on presents, I generally tell DH not to buy me a anything.
What I really want is surgery to fix my knee thats been injured for almost 4 years now. But to have the surgery I either need the help of someone at all times because I will be on crutches for a long time, ir DS3 has to be at an age where he doesn't need to be picked up for any reason. So not likely.
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26-10-2014 19:51 #67
If I was actually going to get a present and it could be awesome id choose an overlocker and an iphone 6 haha realistically I'll probably wont get anything
26-10-2014 19:54 #68Senior Member
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Haven't even thought about it. My husband & I find it really hard to buy for each other, if we want something we usually just go out & buy it.
I would be happy with a relaxing, stress free holiday. But I can't get time off work & my side business is too thriving to shut down over the holidays.
The perks are that next Christmas we should be in our brand new home! Yay!
26-10-2014 20:12 #69
My wishes are simple.. a BFP and a 6 seater dining table. (We don't have a dining table but would love to have one and use it)
26-10-2014 20:13 #70
The best Christmas present would be able to spend our Christmas time stress-free at home creating our own traditions, focusing on the true meaning for us and spending quality time as a family.
Rather than walking on egg-shells at my parents' house, living in cramped quarters doing all the work whilst also watching our children in a non-child friendly home so as not to make THEM upset...our concerns and stress levels don't even register on their care spectrum.
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