We know that dads are hard to shop for. With Father’s Day right around the corner you may be starting to worry about just what Dad wants this year. Well, worry no more. We’ve put together a list of great ideas that will be perfect for making your old man feel appreciated and loved. Take a look at our list and find the perfect gift for Dad this Father’s Day.
1. Fire Up the Grill
What better way is there to show your dad you care then by making him his favorite food? Make it a personal affair or a huge event for all his friends, neighbors and family. Either way it’s a chance to show him how much you care by putting a drink in his hand, food in his stomach and a loved one by his side.
2. Give Him a Break
This is his day, so make it that way. Do all of his chores, bring him his food, let him have the remote—make this Father’s Day the day that he never has to lift a finger. It’s a bold gesture that lets him know how much you appreciate the work he puts in every day and it will certainly help you put into perspective how much your dad does for you.
3. Give Him What He Loves
Dads come in all shapes and sizes, and no we’re not making fun of his waistline. We’re talking about his interests. Is your dad a huge sports fanatic or a video game junkie? Is he a hip dad who keeps up on technology or is he more of the outdoors type? Whatever your dad is into, give it to him—sports tickets, that new smart phone or even just a simple bumper sticker. This gift can be as big or as small as you like. Either way it’ll give your dad that warm fuzzy feeling.
4. Take Him to What He Loves
Why just give him a gift, when you can take him straight to what he loves. If he loves baseball, take him to the ball game. If he loves beer, take him to a brewery. If he’s a fisherman, just take him out to the lake and spend the afternoon fishing. The key is just to spend time with him doing what he loves to do. It’s a gift that lets him know that you care and that you want to spend time with him.
5. Just Say It
As silly as it may seem, sometimes the best gift is just telling someone that you care. Dads don’t hear those three words enough and they really should. At the very least, this Father’s Day pick up the phone and let him know what he means to you.
6. Commemorative Brick
Take the next step from simply sharing your feelings, give him a permanent symbol of those feelings. Unlike words, cards and gestures, an engraved brick will never tarnish or fade. This is a truly unique gift that will last a lifetime.
For more information on how our commemorative bricks can be used as a gift for Father’s Day or any other occasion, contact us by phone at 855-274-2547 or click here.