You’ll see a lot of Father’s Day gift guides’s popping up on your feed soon, as Father’s Day is fast approaching. I’m always in trouble what shall I buy for my husband – in the name of the children – as most of the options are either too tacky or simply useless. I mean, who needs another slogan mug or t-shirt saying you’re the best daddy in the world? Everyone can do better than that and come up with something more thoughtful and fun gifts. I have been thinking about some thoughtful gift ideas and made this list with my favourites ones.
Something special they can do together with the children. A cinema outing followed by a pizza. Or tickets to watch daddy’s favourite team with the children for example. So they can spend some time together and have some fun together – creating memories are really a special gift. Or let daddy to choose a favourite activity for the special day.
Personalised chocolate gifts
Good quality, personalised chocolate gifts are always a winner. And who doesn’t like chocolate? It can be even paired with their favourite bottle of drink like a little hamper. This is especially good idea, when the children are too little to understand the meaning of Father’s Day. Or they are too big (in their teens) and beyond the make a cute handmade gifts phase.
Gifts of some quality time spent together
Thinking about a fun family board game, a kite for some quality outdoor time spent together or even a badminton set. Similarly to an experience, these gifts also help to create special memories, fun time for the whole a family and bonding.
Donate to a charity
Everyone has a special case or two close to their heart, that are important to them. Why not let daddy to choose one and make a donation in his name?
Surprise him with random acts of kindness
Bring him breakfast to bed, let him have a nice bath and wash his hair or organise his sock drawer. Or take some of his chores over like washing the car or mowing the lawn. Let him enjoy his special day, putting his feet up.
For parents, nothing compares to handmade gifts they receive from their children. Any little piece of pottery, drawing or a little poem written by the children – no matter how childish and silly it is – would make the special day even more special. Or even just a handmade card accompanying any gifts! A precious thing to cherish for life.
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