We didn't decide on Chiquita's name until we pulled into the parking lot of the hospital for my induction. This guy seems to be wound tighter than Cameron Frye.
I like JaxinBlue's last option. This doesn't "honor" her, though. It just identifies her. She isn't family until they are married.I would suggest buying her a nice corsage, and perhaps a toast to "Dad and his Bride-to-Be, Jane Doe."A little tweek: Father of the GroomMr. John Doe, escorting Ms. Jane Smith
Is it weird to get the same gift for both of our parents as a thank you?? My FH found some really nice picture frame ideas for us to give them at the rehersal dinner. We weren't sure if we should just give the same ones to them or pick different ones that are similar. We're just trying to get something to match their different tastes without either side feeling like one is nicer than the other.Thanks in advance!!Stuck here in this boxIf you want to avoid comparison and feel there might be potential for bad feelings, just don't give them their gifts in the public forum of the rehearsal dinner. Make time to give your gifts to them in private. I think all of you will appreciate the special moment together.
browndog17 said:I was hesitant because we had drifted apart but since our friendship had been so long I felt obligated to ask her in a way. I'm a people pleaser so it's hard for me. I need to quit being so sensitive lol