Tortoise wrote:You mention that you've got a couple of toddlers. I imagine you have lots of digital pics of them being happy, sad, curious, etc. You can go to snapfish.com and put together a 2013 calendar or 2012 remembrance book with your pictures. Be sure to add snazzy captions to each page.
You'll have to hurry, though, as they are only saying shipping before Christmas if you get your order in by Dec 19.
Woodshark wrote:Easy, but you'll have to do it now. Every mother loves their children. Call today and make a secret appointment to take your toddlers to a real professional photographer. Have the session done. Ask to make your selection that day, either in person, or if they allow it, online. Place your order. If you need to pay a rush fee to get the portraits ASAP. They don't have to be big. 5x7 or 8x10" is fine. Place in a some nice frames and watch as she turns to mush on Christmas morning.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:How about a heartfelt written letter from you to her - you fill in the blanks, I can't do all the work for you. Plus a night out - you and her minus the toddlers.
I can't imagine many women who would not turn to mush after getting something so original. (well maybe a few)
Money is not an issue, as she already has way more than enough to buy anything she wants (due more to her salary than mine... )
Jay69 wrote:The wife and I gave up on gifts for the most part many years ago. We keep it simple, I give a simple calendar with family pictures and scenic pictures from the past years hikes, etc.
fundtalker123 wrote:Clothes/shoes - she is not into fashion and she would have to pick what she wants herself anyways
fundtalker123 wrote:Meals - Another "gift" is, I can work harder to cook her more nice meals
TomatoTomahto wrote:I don't know if your wife is as addicted to coffee as mine is, but almost every morning I get up 10 minutes before she does and bring her a hot mug of coffee in bed. It's not a big deal, and I didn't give this as a gift, but she starts off most mornings with a token of my love (and a delicious cup of coffee!). Sometimes it's the little things... Give her a card entitling her to a month of coffee in bed (and who knows, you might both enjoy it enough to keep it going). ...
Travel - our two toddlers are not yet conditioned to travel - in a hotel room they wail all night - so traveling is more stressful and less restful than just staying home
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