Published 5 years ago
There are probably LITERALLY a million Father’s Day Gift Guides out there–mommy bloggers across the nation are rolling them out. I’ll admit, there’s some pretty sweet, swanky stuff to be had out there to celebrate Father’s Day. What I’ve found most interesting in the guides I’ve perused, however, is that everything seems to be centered around giving Dad an escape from the kids. The guides suggest fancy shirts to wear to work, tools for the perfect bar tender, cufflinks or the newest watch–the list goes on. But why not give Dad something for Father’s Day that enables him to spend better quality time being a Father? Why not celebrate his role as a father for Father’s Day?
Take some time to think about what the father in your life most enjoys doing with his kids. Does he most enjoy watching movies together? That quiet reading time before bed time? Eating out together? Each family is unique in their interests and hobbies. Here are a few suggestions we’ve compiled based on the men in our lives.
I’m not saying don’t get Dad that Brooks Brothers jacket you both think is totally suave, but think about celebrating his role as a father and the individual approach he takes to his most important job as you contemplate your gift giving this year!
What are you giving the dad in your life this year that celebrates his role as a father? Tell us below–we all still need some ideas!
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