Our expert says:
That he can and does remember these ocasions and provide gifts for his parents, shows that he is fully aware of the occasions and the appropriateness of gift-giving, but for some odd reasons doesn't apply this to you. And for him to be so ungracious and downright rude about your gifts to him, is simply very bad manners and mean.
I'd stop giving him any gifts at all ( if he asks, you can say "I thought you didn't think such things were important, as you don't seem to do it for me, and I always seem to get it wrong when I try to guess what you'd want, anyway".
Probably part of a larger picture of the relationship problems - ask him, as a combined Mothers Day, Valentines and Birthday gift for you this year, to agree to sponsor and join you in marriage counselling. That's truly the gift that keeps on giving
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