Happy birthday+1I'm 58.
You speak with the wisdom of a 116yr old.Chill. Everything that hasn't happened yet in your life at 58, won't have happened by the time you reach 60.
1970 and my child-loathing Primary School teachers made us rehearse the Little Drummer Boy for the Christmas Carol Concert. Hated it, twee humilitating tosh, really really hated it - everyone wanted to be the drummer boy (curse you Russell White) because then you didn't have to sing.I love the Bowie/Crosby version of The Little Drummer Boy! here it is to delight you all!
If you're in a region where the climate is cold at Christmas: scarves, hats, gloves. In a region where it is warm at Christmas: hats of the sun protection variety, accessories for sun-glasses, e.g. microfibre cleaning cloths and optical cleaning fluid, nicer glasses cases. Most people need these things even if they don't realise it, so they are unlikely to be totally useless gifts.Nor even a wish list of what THEY want.
It was great choosing presents for my nephew when he was little - I just got him stuff I wanted to play with He always said I gave him the coolest presents, when he could get hold of them.Thats great; I am the youngest of the family; no kids.
But at least Kids know what they want, and unless they are monsters, will be pleased with anything.