Ideas for pregnant wife’s 39th help!

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Stafford12 Wed 25-Sep-19 20:14:57

Hi, I am in desperate need of some help, my wife always does lots for mine and my sons birthday, and her 30th birthday is on jan 29. She is due to have a c section on the 25th of February, I do t think she will like a party, and travelling far seems a bad idea so close to the due date, does anyone have any ideas what she might enjoy most at that time or anything would be very appreciated. I do t mind spending some mo eye on it. Thanks
Ian cake

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Stafford12 Wed 25-Sep-19 20:15:33

Sorry it says 39th it is her 30th

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Elmo230885 Wed 25-Sep-19 20:22:46

Do you have anywhere close that does specialist pregnancy massage? ( I had one at about 7 months which was so relaxing, but only a good idea if she likes that sort of thing).

Stafford12 Wed 25-Sep-19 20:50:52

I think the spa near us does this, but I think her parents have already booked that. Thanks for the reply tho, it’s hard to find something she can really enjoy at that point.

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Ihatefootball86 Wed 25-Sep-19 20:55:22

A fancy afternoon tea

parrotfashionista Wed 25-Sep-19 21:07:28

For my birthday when heavily pregnant we just had a few close friends drop in at home through the afternoon. I just sat on a chair getting things fetched for me!

Buy that stage my feet and legs were very swollen so I'd have loved a leg/foot massage. Also vouchers for the beauty salon to get my nails and toes done.

Stafford12 Wed 25-Sep-19 21:13:43

Do you think it would be a bit much to organise and afternoon tea after a massage ? Would you guys feel like afternoon tea after a massage ?

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meepmoop Wed 25-Sep-19 21:15:40

I'm always up for an afternoon tea at anytime. I think that sound like a lovely birthday

Purrpuss Wed 25-Sep-19 21:20:34

Invite her good friends over for the afternoon , put on a fancy but easy spread, occupy any children with lots of games/outside/puzzles. Make tea and bring drinks. Generally be brilliant. You will be amazingly appreciated and I’d bet she will have a wonderful birthday.

aintnutinchanged Wed 25-Sep-19 21:36:17

An afternoon tea goes hand in hand with a massage

Stafford12 Wed 25-Sep-19 21:46:13

Thank for the help I think that’s the plan massage in the morning afternoon tea in the afternoon, and make sure I keep the children occupied so she can relax with her friends. Thank you

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wishfull888 Wed 25-Sep-19 21:48:44

You sound a lovely partner.
A home based pedicure where someone comes to your home & treats your feet & you don't need to worry about transport etc You can just completely relax.
I wouldn't like a massage followed by an afternoon tea but maybe that's just me ! I'd go to a spa without make up & hope to come out super chilled, not ready for socialising.
A nice lunch with you or her friends.
A ticket for later in the year to go somewhere once the baby is here just you two.

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