Pressies for OH?
Nov 9, 2008 7:23AM
I just wondered if anyone is getting their hubby a gift to give once the baby comes? I've got mine a small technic lego digger, not much but he loves Lego
Something to amuse him whilst I'm in
Nov 7, 2008 10:21PM
Lol SB!!!! That's funny! I got my DH a mug with his favourite sports car on it from the dealers-put "from baby" too. But as I had an unplanned, emergancy c-section due to breech baby, and severe pre eclampsia, I gave it to him while we waited to go to theatre (to have the csection!) x
Nov 8, 2008 5:34AM
nope. I'm stingy
like SB says they're getting a baby
My hubby will get first cuddle like he did with Ollie, and that will prob turn him to mush so he wont need anything else.
Nov 8, 2008 5:51AM
MrsT my oh loves lego too, star wars lego to be more precise! he used to get that every christmas/birthday/valentines but now its all in the loft waiting to be passed down to our lo when he's about 7.
now i'm a bit stumped what to get him- i cant use the baby as a present, he's not due till Feb- well least he'll cover valentines day for me!!!
must get thinking!!!!
Nov 8, 2008 7:03AM
as baby is due 21st december thats our xmas pressie to each other, aswell as a video camera (not for the birth!) but for after when ive got make up on hehe but its hubbys bday a few weeks before babys due so hes getting a baby bjorn carrier from baby for his bday and a mug that says I love my dad on it
Nov 8, 2008 7:45AM
dunno if it will help but this site has some nice little bits. i was thinking a little personalised keyring. regardless i wont be spending a lot as money is very tight. we are getting married in exactly a month today so not only will he have a son/daughter when this baby finally decides to arrive but also a new wife too.
Nov 8, 2008 8:59PM
Lol SB that made me chuckle. I agree, my dh is getting the baby - im the one who has been carrying it all these months and will have to go into labour with it so if anything im the one that deserves the prezzie
After all his contribution compared to mine has been minimal, granted it was vital but still minimal and unlike pregnancy, his part was also very enjoyable for him
Suzi 24+4 xxx
Nov 9, 2008 7:23AM
i hadent even thought of that....i think that daddy should by mummy the present!!!!
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