Father’s Day is just around the corner and it’s the perfect time to show Dad how much he matters in your life. If you’re wondering how to celebrate the day with him, consider these awesome ideas to make it special for your super special Dad and to make him feel like the best Daddy ever!
These 6 awesome ideas can help you celebrate a memorable Father’s Day:
1.Start the day with breakfast in bed. Let Dad sleep in and wake him up with breakfast, coffee and the paper in bed. Breakfast in bed starts the day off right, with the focus on letting Dad relax and appreciating him.
2.Look at old photos and videos. Whether his first year of fatherhood was just a couple years ago or decades in the past, looking at old photos and videos is a great way to reminisce and celebrate all that Dad has brought to your life. Be sure to take some new photos, too!
3.Incorporate his favorite activities. Get the whole family involved in activities Dad loves, whether it’s going on a hike, hosting a family barbeque or going to a sporting event. Let Dad’s preferences determine the day!
4.Remember extended family. Father’s Day is a day to celebrate all the fathers in the family. Remember to recognize grandfathers, brothers and uncles who are also fathers. An extended family get-together may be in order.
5.Draw on lessons you’ve learned from Dad. On Father’s Day, we celebrate all that Dad has done over the years. Try drawing lessons you learned from Dad over the years which has helped you in overcoming the challenges of life.
6.Give a heartfelt gift. Give a gift that will be both appreciated and used. Examples can include a photo album, a letter or video explaining how much your Dad means to you or even tickets to an event that you two can attend together.
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