My husband is one of the hardest people to buy. Mostly because he’s just so content. There isn’t much he needs . . . or even wants. My man loves time together. He also love to hear how much I love and respect him.
This year I decided to get John a Love Book. I loved a few things about it:
1. The book is easy to create and able to be edited.
2. It’s a fun and humorous gift. I was able to include some of our inside jokes.
3. It’s something for him to hang on to. I knew this was something John could keep on his desk and look at it time and time again.
I created a book but I couldn’t wait for Valentine’s Day to give it. I gave it to John the same day it came in the mail. John’s response didn’t disappoint. He grinned and laughed as he read through the pages. And when he was done John told me it was one of the best gifts he’s ever received.
If you’re interested in a Love Book I’m giving one away on my blog! To enter leave us a comment and tell us who you’d create a Love Book for! Winner will be announced next week!
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Krista D says
My husband of 15 yrs, though it would be fun to make it for each of our kids too! Fun idea.
I would create one for my husband, Jim ~ come May, we will have been married for 26 years! <3
Stephanie H. says
I would make one for my husband (we have been married for almost 21 years). I also would love to make one for our daughter and for some extended members of our families too!
My husband of almost 25 years. Plus I would be tempted to do one for each of our four children – ages 20, 18, 16 and 14.
Sharon Paavola says
First I would do one for my husband. I know he loves specialized books because I made a storybook of our trip to Yosemite when he climbed Half Dome with all the photos in it. I added meaningful Scripture. He showed it to his friends and family.
I would do another one for my one and only, one year old grandson. He’s the gift from God that lights my life and fills me with joy!
Annie JC says
Wow! What a great idea! I’d get one for my Darcy. We’ve been through much together and sometimes I don’t think I appreciate him enough, or at least I don’t say it enough. Thank you!
What a fun idea! I would make this for my husband, my kids and maybe my sisters too!
Cheryl Baranski says
What a wonderful idea. My husband and I will be celebrating 30 years in June. We had many tell us that our marriage wouldn’t last. We married the night before I graduated high school. A little over 10 months later we had our first child. This book would be a wonderful gift that I could give my husband on our Anniversary.
Suzanne Sellner says
I would make one for my husband John, to whom I will have been married for 42 years as of March 30! I could also make one for our daughter, who was adopted, as a keepsake for her.
Carol Alscheff says
I would make it for my husband of 44 years, Chris. We have 8 children and 8 grandchildren.
Jan Stetson says
I would give it to my husband of 47 years but would love to make one for each of my grandchildren for them to remember special times with Nana 🙂
Patsy Staub says
I LOVE THIS!!!! I want to give it to my husband of 30 years! He always guesses his gifts and I have never been able to surprise him!!! This would do it! I am certain of it!
Karen H. Phillips says
I’d give the Love Book to my husband, because he’s simply the best!
Cindy Woolard says
I would give it to my precious husband who helped me as a caregiver to my mom for the last three years. My Mom went home to be with the Lord on 02/01/17. My husband has been by my side through so much and I would love to give him something special like the Love Book. Thank you for the chance to win.
Melanie Backus says
I love this idea! I would make one for my husband of 42 years and my three precious grands!
Barbara Wenner says
I would give my daughter – law as she is having a lot of medical problems..
Lori Byrd says
I’d love one for my grandson. Thank you.
Patricia G Moore says
Would love to do this for my husband. We will celebrate our 50th Anniversary July 22nd. He’s the type to always take care of & give to others. He never asks anything for himself. Family is always first. When I was in a bad car wreck he waited on me hand & foot (I was either on bed rest or in a wheel chair & then had to keep foot elevated) for well over two years before I was able to get around the house without help. Now I’m making it up to him. Only once in our marriage has he ever asked me not to wear something. I found out after 4 yrs of marriage that he hates poka dots. I had just bought a new poka dot dress that I thought was beautiful. If he asks me not to do something I usually do it – its so rare for him to ask anything. He’s my best friend, companion and my husband. I prayed about who God wanted me to marry & he sent me Larry. Praise God for my wonderful, selfless & God abiding husband.
Tochukwu Ibe says
great article, nice suggestion.. i will try and buy my girlfriend a book.