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I'm not sure if this right place to ask this question but I'll give it a go. I'm a godmother to a 14 yr old boy who lives quite far away. His 'Confirmation' day is in two weeks time and I am absolutely stumped as to what I should buy him for a gift. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance, efmach
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efmach - I presume he's Catholic. For my confirmation I got earrings. It used to be convention to get something religious (crucifix on a chain etc) but I don't think that's so important now. I'd just get him the kind of thing you would get him for Christmas - cd's, computer game maybe.
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I think Bee's atlas suggestion is great. My sisters got me one for my eighteenth birthday, and I still use it all the time.
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Dh got a power drill as a confirmation present from his godmother when he was about 16. He still thinks it was a brilliant present!
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Something he can keep and remember the day with - maybe a Bible or other religious book, or some other keepsake. When I joined the church (our equivalent of confirmation in the CHurch of Scotland) I got a lovely hardbacked bible from my parents which I still use most days, and a book of daily readings from my Godmother which I still dip into on a regualr basis, and I'm 31!
If you think he might use it, what about a really nice pen? Then he could think of you every time he writes a thank you letter!
I would suggest a tankard (silver plated or glass) with his name engraved on it (unless family are teetotallers of course!!). This is what we bought for our godson when he was christened (aged 8) & in fact what we have suggested to one of our DS's godparents with the christening coming up.
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What about a really nice limited edition print/photo? Or a Swiss Army knife? Or a leather backgammon set? A world atlas? Something that lasts. Good luck choosing - and tell us what you decide!
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