Every holiday season, I have the same thought, “what should I ask my husband to get me for Christmas?”
Words of affirmation are my love language, but gifts are his.
He doesn’t just like to receive, he loves to give, too!
I’ve learned to love receiving gifts, thanks to him.
That still doesn’t stop me from having to dig deep to figure out what presents to request!
What Should My Husband Get Me For Christmas 2022
If your husband is asking you want for Christmas and you're not sure what to ask for, here are some ideas for presents you might like!
Weighted blankets are EVERYTHING you need in the winter, y'all. You'll never ask for another thing.
These sturdy canvas totes are both a practical AND stylish gift.
Folding Exercise Bike
No, it's not the big name bike, but this affordable bike has great reviews and is another option!
Iced Coffee Maker
Sure, it's a little excessive, but if your love of iced coffee is extra like mine, this is a fun and affordable gift to request.
A monthly subscription for massages. It's really a thing, and if your husband insists on giving you a gift, it might as well be this!
Take your bed chill sessions to the next level. This isn't something you'd buy for yourself, but isn't it something you'd love to have?
Other good Christmas gift ideas
If none of those ideas suit your fancy, here are a few other things that you might like:
- A weekend staycation at a local resort
- Gift certificate to take a class at a local art center
- Theater or concert tickets
- A museum membership
- A meal delivery service for your lunch
- A spa day (think massages, facials, etc.)
- Mani / pedi gift subscription for the year
A couple of things to remember
Remember, if you really don’t want to receive presents, it’s okay to be clear and say that.
You aren’t obligated to accept gifts if you don’t want them.
The other thing to keep in mind is that when he asks you what you want—tell him what you really want!
Don’t worry about what’s in his wallet, or try to make things easy for him.
He wouldn’t ask if he didn’t want to know, and hopefully you’re both on the same page about budget and expectations.