Mothers Day, should the father by her a present?

Canada
May 10, 2008 9:50pm CST
So i was on MSN.com and found a great question which am curious to know ppls answers. Do you think the father/husband should buy his wife a present on mothers day?
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@SomeCowgirl (32265)
• United States
11 May 08
This is a good question. I think that the father or husband should by a present for the wife. She did bear his children, but that's not the only reason. It also shows that he loves her. A fiance or husband with no kids yet should still do something to recognize the woman.
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11 May 08
I think they should like i have two kids one is my fiancees now and the other one walked out on me and left me with my daughter. Anyway i buy my fiancee something, even though the kids don't pick it out yet.
@zhpshql (695)
• China
11 May 08
Yeeh, of course, if they want ,they could but their wifves presents. BUt I don't regard it as the obligation. Not only the sons, but the fathers should respect and love their wives. The mothers and the wives deserve this.~~
@Bethany1202 (3432)
• United States
11 May 08
I think if the kid is still young the father should buy the mother a present. If the child is almost at maturity or has a job, such as 15 years or older, it should be up to the kid. However, it would still be nice for the man to get the mother a little gift as well just as something extra to show he still cares. Who needs an occasion though to show the person they care about that they love them so much??
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@tarachand (3895)
• India
11 May 08
Its all a matter of personal choice and the capacity to pay two for gifts for two people - one the mother (if she's alive) and two the wife. If you think deeply behind the concept of mother's day, it is meant to honor the 'mother', your own or the mother of your children from a very narrow perspective. I personally think that all mothers (women) deserve the best of good things on this day, and every day of their lives! Maybe we need more than one mother's and one woman's day in a year to felicitate our partners, our female pro-creators? I certainly think so!