I'm going to write him a Card and have it in the hospital bag for when it's all done and we're back in the room. To me, no matter what happens, he has been wonderful throughout my troublesome pregnancy and I know he's worried about being the best support and advocate for me during the birth- whatever form it takes. I want something ready thanking him as I know he will be brilliant as well as 'congratulating' him on becoming a new Dad. I'm also better articulating feelings with the written word rather than speaking so I know I'll get my thoughts down better in a card
As far as presents go, we talked about this early in the piece responding to the 'push present' idea that was in the media. Although we dismissed the idea in favour of new furniture when we move into our house in a few months time, I expressed my desire for diamond earrings if we went this path, (
) but he couldn't come up with anything. If I hadn't all ready got him a really good watch a couple of years ago for his 30th birthday, I would do that, as I think it's a great gift that commemorates but in a useful way.