How to Surprise Dad on Father’s Day (+ A Free All About Dad Printable)
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Father’s Day is just around the corner. The question arises, “How to Surprise Dad on Father’s Day?”
When you take the time out to plan a memorable day to celebrate that special dad in your life, you are showing him gratitude for everything he does.
Fathers often can be overlooked and it is sad.
So many dads play an irreplaceable role in the upbringing of children.
This year, on Father’s Day, show Dad just how much he means with these love-filled surprises and treats.
Need a Little Inspiration? Here are a few father’s day surprise ideas!
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My All About My Dad Questionnaire asks kids to share their favorite memories with dad, why they think he’s Super Dad and more.
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MORE Fun Ways to Surprise Dad on Father’s Day
Create Homemade Memories
Work with the kids to gather up their favorite photos and short video clips of family events.
Use an app to compile all of these memories into a homemade digital frame or photobook surprise for Dad.
Be selective about the memories, opt to only use ones that showcase Dad in his element.
Make Him a Love Book
This is by far the sweetest gift we’ve ever given Hubs,
besides the footprint frame, complete with a smidgen of Baby Girl’s spit up, hidden on the side of the kids’ art!
My husband insists this remains one of his favorite gifts by far, because it is handmade with love and makes him crack up with some of the things my daughter put on there.
The Love Book is sure to make any dad melt!
And no, it is not hard to make nor is it expensive to put together.
This definitely ranks high on the list of Priceless Father’s Day Gifts!
Give him a Handmade-With-Love gift
Irrespective of how young your child may be, encourage them to make Dad a Father’s Day card.
Hubs has saved every single one of the handmade cards the kids have made him over the years.
Yes, even the ones with just a doodle or two.
Oh and every one of their made-with-love gifts too, including a ball of white paper, crumpled up and held together with a hair tie, that Dottie gave him when she was 2.
My husband loved this Handprint Canvas Art my kids made.
Plus it’s so easy to make!
Do you think he would like some Wood Pallet Coasters, with personality?
Make some in his favorite color or his favorite sports team’s color!
Make a Sweet Treat he will love
Everyone loves cookie butter!
I’m sure Dad won’t be able to hold back from helping himself to these decadent Cookie Butter Cake Balls.
Or perhaps some Mocha Pudding, if he loves coffee?
Whatever you opt to do to surprise dad this Father’s Day, remember to do things that matter to Dad.
Talk it over with the kids and brainstorm some way(s) you can incorporate these surprises on Father’s Day, and then make a decision on which one(s) you will go with.
I’m sure he will love whatever the kids plan!
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The best Father’s Day gift I ever gave my Dad was a poem composed by me about what he meant to me that even went on to win a poetry competition.
The best Father’s Day gift I have ever given was when I brought him to Top Golf with my kids. He loved not having to cook on Father’s Day and to be able to play golf with his grandkids. It was a great day for everyone.
love to win
The best Father’s Day gift I ever got my dad was a fancy barbecue grill,he loves to grill in the good weather.
When I got my Dad a hot air balloon ride.
Would be an awesome win!????
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