Question: Does your husband (or if you're a man, do you) do the Christmas shopping for the people on his side of the family, or does he leave that up to you?
In the 12 years that we've been married, Tony has never picked out a gift or card for anyone on his side of the family for any occasion, and I'm just wondering if that's typical.
I'm having the hardest time coming up with a Christmas present for my mother-in-law in particular. Apparently, Tony's not concerned about the fact that we haven't gotten anything for his mom yet. Probably because he knows from past experience that I'll eventually do it, even if he agrees to take care of it himself (<--he always agrees to do it, but of course he never has any intention of actually doing it).
We're running out of time because we have to mail the gift, so last night, I finally asked Tony to just give me an idea of what to get his mom (he has NEVER come up with a suggestion either), and I'd go pick it up. He was like, "uh, lets see, uh," for like twenty minutes. I was like, "What are her hobbies? What does she like to do? What does she need?" and he was silent for a minute, and then he goes, "I guess you could get her some church clothes."
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