Father’s Day is just around the corner, and we’re sure, like us, you’re beginning to think about gifts for Dad. Therefore we thought we would share with you our favorite ideas for showing Daddy some love this Father’s Day. They’re simple ideas that are about creating and preserving memories, because when all has been said and done these are what make life memorable.Check out some of these thoughtful finds for that special man on your list.
A Round of Golf
For that golf lover, what’s better than the gift of playing 18 holes on Father’s Day? Dads often enjoy venturing out on the golf course for many reasons: time using the guys, being outdoors, and five hours of doing nothing but perfecting their swing. And why not throw in some golf equipment and gadgets? From club headcovers to bag tripods to some good old box of balls, there are a plethora of golf accessories.
Busy moms and dads don’t always have time to fix pockets, missing buttons, hems, and socks, so the unwearable clothing can pile up. Take a moment this Father’s Day to make any necessary at-home fixes and alternations to Dad’s clothing.
For the Sports Fan
If he’s an all-around fan of sports, give him an experience such season tickets to his favorite game. Or another gift that keeps on giving, sign him up for any subscription to a magazine such as Sports Illustrated or Men’s Journal. You can even wrap up the latest issue that’s around the newsstand, complete with a card letting him know of the subscription.
Organize His Sock Drawer
Staying organized isn’t always a high priority for busy dads. This Father’s Day, help make Dad’s life a little easier by organizing his sock drawer, his T-shirts, or his shoes. It’s a little but thoughtful gesture which makes a big difference in his busy life.
There are always chores to be done, rather than enough time to do them all. On Father’s Day, possess the kids take over some of Dad’s usual chores, for example washing the dishes or walking the dog, so that he can relax and enjoy his day off.
Kids can get creative with craft materials from throughout the house, and handprint art is always a fun option. Paint your kids’ hands to possess them stamp their handprints in writing or cardstock. Have the kids write a loving message to Dad underneath their prints.