questionsdo you buy something for your wife on mother's…

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I'm trying to figure out if my wife is going to see this as a welcome gift, or if I'm going to get bonked upside the head with it:

http://tinyurl.com/3wszke7

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@belowi: uhhh.. looks around really?

i think it's something nice to do, especially if you corral the kids to get her or make her something nice

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I usually get my current wife at least a card and/or flowers. Even tho she is not the mother of my two children. She has 3 wonderful grandaughters ranging in age from 4 to 6 (that I treat as my own). Mother's day is for ALL mothers, not just MY mother (who passed away about 6 years ago). My wife's mother passed away last year. Spoil them while you can!! I also send flowers to my daughter, who is the mother of my wonderful 4 year old grandson. Because of a physical condition, she has to do In Vitro to get pregnant, and their first attempt at that produced a daughter who only lived about 12 days, so this little 4 year old is very special to all of us!

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@belowi: Frying Pans! Who knew!

Been watching Tangled?

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Come on, an 8 pound hunk of unadorned cast iron doesn't scream "thank you for being a fantastic mother" to all of you?

Maybe just a WS gift certificate then, she's actually been talking about wanting some cast iron cookware for a while, but I can see your point on opening a box and finding that on Mother's Day.

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If your wife is a mother, then I hope so. My wife has been guilting me for the past week about Mothers Day because we have two dogs... she thinks they count as children... Women....