1st dating anniversary gift ideas him

08 Feb

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.

Need help making sure you pass the first-gift test?

We asked victims of bad kissers at Marie Claire Ask & Answer — , gifts that are "personalized and that show that you are listening to them are the best kind." She suggests you first look to your partner's interests.

"Look for something that fits his interests but is small, not too expensive, and that you know he might not have.

For example if he likes to ride a bicycle but does not have a water bottle on it...a bottle plus a rack to go on the bike." Pay attention to the hints that your significant other leaves you, either consciously or not, about what they wish they had or have been meaning to get for themselves.

It's common for couples to exchange gifts on the monthly and yearly anniversaries of when they first met, or when they had their first date.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.I have a little online notepad through Google Docs where I jot that stuff down.It was a complete surprise and is my most prized gift from him (we’ve been married 22 years now – hoping for an updated version ). My husband gave me this Love basket with all my favorite things in it (smell goods “candy” whitebear that smells like chocolate and a red and pink heart with a rose in my name). An envelope full of handmade vouchers for a back tickle, massage, favourite dinner, movie night, etc. He really enjoyed his gift since he never received one as a child. One year gave him a heart shaped box with a note inside “this heart is filled with kisses for you from me.” He loved it! If you think no such union exists, or if you’ve come to the conclusion that arguments are necessary in marriage, allow Fawn to challenge that notion and set you on a path to creating the greatest partnership in life: your marriage.”Fawn Weaver is the USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of Happy Wives Club: One Woman's Worldwide Search for the Secrets of a Great Marriage, adopting the same name as the Club she founded in 2010.Now, he’s looking forward to our 50th for another trophy. I cross stitched a wedding sampler for our 25th anniversary for my husband. The Happy Wives Club community has grown to include more than 1 million women in over 110 countries around the world.