Charlene from Seattle, WAFor me, it would be either bake something (breads or cookies), wrapped real pretty or buy or acquire tickets to an event that you would both attend together! Stephe Choose something that relates to a hobby or that simply says you care.
I want to buy a fun gift that's appropriate and personal, but am on a limited budget.
It’s hard enough to get it right with people you know well—close friends and family.
Where do you even start to select a gift for someone you only recently met?
You want to get him something nice but not too nice.
You just started dating him so I wouldn't embarrass him with an expensive gift - what if he only had an inexpensive gift for you? How about tickets for the two of you to go to a Christmas concert with dinner beforehand?
He's Your Brand-New Boyfriend The thing about romantic gestures at this point is that they can be all about the two of you as a couple..long as it's kept in control. What to get him: Buy him (and his best friend) tickets to go watch his favorite sports team. Get him a dog — the one he's always wanted, not a tiny pup that will fit in your purse.Hell, stores in Austin were putting up Christmas displays in October.And to be perfectly honest, if I the holiday induces in my friends and family…” I ask in my best Being-Home-for-Thanksgiving-brings-out-my-thirteen-year-old-self tone.“Well, no.” She pauses.
“It’s just that you keep making that keening sound.”“I just don’t think I can do it.”“Why the hell not?
If you know he likes a certain type of beer, buy him an entire case.