So today is the one year anniversary of our 1st date with my girlfriend, who I know has bought me a nice gift to celebrate. I'm thinking flowers, but am looking for more suggestions from my fellow Yelpers.
It's not actually the anniversary of our deciding not to see other people (I can't remember that date ... Thanks, and by the way a pearl necklace has already been suggested!
We have everything from sweet wall prints that reconfirm your love and commitment to one another to whimsical wall clocks for the kitchen, tool shed, or den.
Browse both in our first year anniversary gifts collection.
and Christmas is coming up and the only thing he said he wants is me and a long weight lifting bar (seperatly of course) I was thinking of sending one of those edible arrangements to his work but I never know if he is driving or in the office (works for a trucking company) Any Ideas?
Going out to eat is always nice, but if you want to give him a gift, think about what he really likes to do.
Or think about times he has said things like, "I need to get a new jacket one of these days" or "I saw the coolest fishing stuff at Bass Pro" or whatever.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members.and it doubles the amount of anxiety-induced emails I get.Every year, once we get past Thanksgiving and Black-Eye Friday and the Christmas Shopping Season It’s a trickier question than you’d think.On the other hand, spend too The trickiest part of holiday shopping for a young (or entirely unofficial) relationship is understanding the relationship between the length and type of your relationship and the budget for the gift.After all, no matter how much we try to tell ourselves that a gift is just a gift, what you give to your sweetie carries an intrinsic message about how you feel about them and your relationship. Ask around; buying expensive or outrageous gifts when you’re still early in the relationship is going to be a red flag to the majority of people. There are plenty of men – myself included – who’ve made the mistake of overcommitting on a gift too early in the relationship. Sometimes we legitimately trying to bowl them over and effectively buy their affections.