We went for a drive today and out of the blue, my daughter ass if she can give mysself and her father an anniversary gift. What should I have told her? She is only 6. I was stunned and said that we don't have an anniversary anymore, but that she could give us gifts for our birthday, xmas, easter, Mother's day, Father's day. I hope I dealt with this situation right. I don't want to scar them emotionally.
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