Start his day with a unique and romantic gift and if it is a personalized gift then I am sure it will increase the romantic quotient. Personalized gifts define love most accurately.Follow these tips to give him a sweet surprise:Make a list of his close friends and invite them.Decorate the room with colorful and
My husband's always forgot my birthday. I usually just laugh it off. Then I venture out and buy what I really like anyway and hand him the bill. A couple of times I even wrapped something up because I knew he was going to forget and surprised him when I acted like I was surprised
NO.What most guys (sorry, massive generalizations about to happen) don't seem to understand that it's not about the present itself. It's not about a Hallmark greeting card, or a dozen long stemmed roses.We can buy things for ourselves - we have our own $$, and we can get what we
I guess it depends on how old he is, how long you have been married, and how many gifts you usually give him, and if he is *your husband, or someone elsses.If you have only just gotten married and this
Its ok. Money cant buy happiness.Shower him with love n romance, not some expensive gifts.You can arrange a nice surprise at home for him, maybe decorate the house in a candle light and flower petal ambience, wear wht he likes best on
Happy Birthday!I just did. You can strike of ‘no-one' out of that now.Nothing. Nothing at all.You're just as special and amazing :)You didn't receive a single wish on your ‘Birth day' either. You were still happy and you still giggled...Because you weren't aware of the fact that birthdays are a public occasion and not a private one.
Organise a decent party without intimate your husband. Invite his friends, colleagues and near ones. Organise DJ party and special events like laser tag games for adults. Blast City is the best choice for you to plan your birthday party event in a unique way, so
My husband's always forgot my birthday. I usually just laugh it off. Then I venture out and buy what I really like anyway and hand him the bill. A couple of times I even wrapped something up because I knew he was going to forget and surprised him when I acted like
My 8 year old son has been invited to a birthday party for a friend. What is the appropriate amount of money to spend on a gift for a child of this age?
I'd say this is more a question for his peer's parents than Quora. Different communities, cultures and socio economic groups will all give different answers but only the people round you, know what's the norm there. Maybe casually ask one of
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