Cupid's Pulse Article: Find Out What Khloe Kardashian Won’t Be Getting Lamar Odom for ChristmasCupid's Pulse Article: Find Out What Khloe Kardashian Won’t Be Getting Lamar Odom for Christmas

By Nic Baird

As the holiday season approaches, The Kardashians are still searching for Lamar Odom’s gift, People reports. The Clippers’ Forward and Khloé Kardashian’s husband can’t figure out electronics, according to his wife. “Kourtney asked, ‘Would Lamar like an iPad mini for Christmas?’ I said, ‘Absolutely not!’ He would have no idea what to do with [it],” Khloé Kardashian said. Odom has managed to figure out Skype video calling so he can stay connected with his wife. “I have to walk him through it on the phone and it takes forever.”

How do you come up with romantic ideas for holiday gifts?

Cupid’s Advice:

As the season approaches, those with a significant other are no doubt fretting over gift ideas. There is an obvious expectation of thoughtfulness, no matter how serious you are as a couple. This doesn’t mean you’re obligated to stress! Just take a breath, use a moment to brainstorm, look over these tips, and you’ll have your holiday shopping list in no time:

1. Date or vacation gifts: One thing you should be able to count on is that your significant other enjoys your company. A great gift you can give your partner is organizing a romantic date for the occasion. The holidays are more a time to spend with loved ones rather than touring malls. Think about the classic options, like sleigh rides, fireplaces, and hot chocolate.

2. Make something yourself: Knitting a scarf, writing a song, painting their room, or building a table show sincere effort and romance from the time it took you. Draw from your interests or talents, but don’t be afraid to try something new. The internet is full of guides and tutorials for learning unique gift creation skills.

3. Revisit relationship memories: Sometimes you can get by purely on the thoughtfulness of the gift itself. This means that it has to have a strong connection to things you’ve learned about your partner. If they like making soup, buy them a pot. As long as the gift conveys that you’ve listened to their interests and you recognize their needs. Another way to go is by choosing a gift that reminds you of a significant moment in your relationship that you shared.

What romantic holiday gifts have you given or received? Share your experiences below!