Now that Mother’s Day is over, what are the best Father’s Day gifts?
It is always hard to get Dad gifts because they really don’t want for much. And if they really want it, they go out and get it for themselves. So with Father’s Day gifts, you have to think out of the box.
(1) Family Activity – Dads enjoy spending time with family. Take your dad fishing, boating, to the beach, a picnic in the park or a ball game.
(2) Beer Brewing Kit – If Dad likes beer or chemistry, he will have a lot of fun creating his signature brews. The best part is the parties you can have with the finished product.
(3) Relaxation – Sometimes Dad just needs to rest. Shop for a hammock, chaise lounge or floating pool lounger. Or splurge and get a new recliner for Dad. If you don’t have money to splurge, make a playlist of his favorite songs from when he was younger. He can enjoy it while lounging.
(4) Clothing – Not a tie. Never a tie. But if you can find the brand of shirts he likes or get a cool Hawaiian shirt, sports jersey or t-shirt then he has to do less shopping – which is a gift in and of itself.
(5) A Book – Dad should have some time to kick back and relax (maybe in the hammock?) and enjoy a good book. Whether its a book on history, politics or the latest best-seller, Dad may appreciate some time to himself. If he is a golf fan, check out The Wichita Kid: A Caddie’s Story by Rob Fisher on Amazon.com.
However, it is not the gift but the sentiment. Let your Dad know how much he means to you. That is the best Father’s Day gift.
If you have any great ideas for an awesome Father’s Day gift, please leave it in the comments below.
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