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30 Gifts For 30 Years
Around the beginning of the year, I decided that I wanted to give my husband 30 gifts for 30 years. One gift for each year of his life so far.
This birthday present has been months in the making & I’ve been working on a list of gifts since the start of the year. I’ve asked friends for suggestions & even called upon the help of Google.
It was really hard coming up with 30 different yet useful things. Let’s just say I’m just glad that I didn’t wait until he was 40 to do this! I did my best to try to find things that were useful, but I ended up needing quite a few gag gifts. I also did my best to keep track of how much each item cost because I was curious what the total might be.
30 Gifts For 30 Years
Giving 30 gifts for 30 years is not an easy task You start off with some cool gifts, but the cost starts adding up. So you start adding in some gag gifts like whoopee cushions and food items. But then you realise that food can be pretty practical. Then you come up with some other practical ideas like personal care items and clothing.
An apple watch is actually what he requested for his birthday. Little did he know thathe'd be getting a whole lot more!
I was originally going to give him a gift voucher for the Apple Watch so he could pick out the one he wanted. However, once the series 3 was released he decided that he really wanted one. I had no choice but to reveal that was what I was going to buy one for his birthday. He chose the one he wanted then I ordered it online.
It was quite a feat to wrap everything but it was well worth it. The dining table was covered in gifts and what a spectacular sight it was. My husband was so surprised by all the gifts and the amount of effort involved.
Kathleen is the adventurous writer behind Life by Kathleen. After having her first child, she realised that she wanted and needed better relationships with her friends. Finding ways to improve those friendships, set and achieve her goals, all while juggling motherhood, a career in marketing and a household.