With Father’s Day upon us, here are a few helpful tips to make Dad’s day special.
Let Him Choose the Movie
He may be tired of princesses and superheroes. Let him decide on a movie that’s still family friendly, but dad-style. Make a real event of it, with buckets of popcorn, and his favorite movie theater candy and drinks. Dim the lights and enjoy the show.
Everybody enjoys a little pampering. Create a spa experience just for Dad with a basket filled with grooming essentials. Include a new razor with shaving balm, moisturizer and face wipes, and find a candle in a scent he might enjoy—something that smells piney, outdoorsy or smoky, perhaps. Does he need a new pair of slippers? Toss those in, too.
Does Dad like outdoor activities? Grab the balls, bats, badminton set or whatever he likes and get ready to play. Set up a family tournament complete with a poster for marking brackets or to keep score. Oh, and let Dad win, of course.