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DS done but still need major presents for hard to buy people - UGH !

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AwaitingSnow Wed 05-Dec-12 11:19:48

Don't waste money on gifts they don't want. Donate it instead.

Takver Wed 05-Dec-12 11:10:46

For your DH, I don't know how old your DS is, but if young could you do a certificate for a 'Dad's day off' when he can go out guilt free IYKWIM?

BeaLola Tue 04-Dec-12 20:30:34

THanks so far for sugestions.

Budget for brother & Dad - upto £100 each

For DH - no budget as such as I'm happy to spend it on him and he never wants anything - truly if I "forgot" to get him a present he genuinely wouldn't mind - but I would ! In the past have bougt him experiences/weekend away but can't now as DS & school/time off issues.

GoldenHandshake Tue 04-Dec-12 09:25:57

I have awkward male relatives too, so have bought them a gift set of 4 pairs of calvin klein socks for Christmas, £20 each, job done grin

Takver Mon 03-Dec-12 22:36:47

"all 3 say they don't need or want anything"

Could you take them seriously - buy each a box of chocs and donate what you would have spent to the refuge toy list?

wednesdaygirl Mon 03-Dec-12 22:07:21

Elec razor
Concert ticket
Groupon (fab deals on there)
Fab earphones
Console game
Face creams nivia

wednesdaygirl Mon 03-Dec-12 22:04:58

Ok im rubbish at links gringringrin

wednesdaygirl Mon 03-Dec-12 22:04:29

wednesdaygirl Mon 03-Dec-12 22:02:56

How much do u plan to spend i may have ideas smile

BeaLola Mon 03-Dec-12 21:30:11

Why don't I have tons of women to buy for then it woulkd be sooooooooooooo easy. All girl friends/Aunts/goddaughter bought for as well as DS BUT

still need to buy for DH, Dad & brother - all 3 say they don't need or want anything & I'm fed up !!! plus need to decide what I would actualy like ???

Rant over - feel a bit better !

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