Father’s Day is fast approaching and while Dad always appreciates a token of your affection, couple that with some quality time that’s even better! That’s what you’ll both remember through the years.
Some great ideas for younger kids and dads—
visit your local mini golf center, it’s never too early to start enjoying the greens and mini golf is a fun introduction…dad can work on his putting. A gift to go with the game, give Dad a Reebok Golf PlayDry® Solid Polo that will keep him cool and comfortable on & off the green!
Go Cart racing…sure to bring out the kid in any Dad, whether they’re thrill seeking in a two seater (with dad’s hand securely on the wheel) or racing their own carts, it’s an adventure and bonding time for both. Make sure he’s comfortable getting in and out of that cart with these Reebok PlayDry® Jersey Mesh Shorts, he can wear with his favorite tee and he’ll be ready to own the track.
Ball Game—what’s summer without a trip to the ballpark? It doesn’t have to be a major league team—minor league teams (and farm teams) are the perfect way to simply enjoy the game. Plus, you never know, one of these players could make it to the Majors and you can say “You saw them when”! You can still give Dad the gift from his favorite team and then kick back and enjoy the game together.
If you’re celebrating your own dad—
here’s some sure-to-please ideas: It’s a stand by for a reason…but dinner & a movie isn’t just for date night. Let Dad pick the movie and treat him to dinner. Even if it’s just a slice of his favorite pizza beforehand, let him keep his money in his wallet. Speaking of wallets, an updated one is a great gift! This classic tri-fold Robert Graham® Tomlin Contrast-Stitched Leather Trifold Wallet is a classic update and will remind him of what a great guy you’ve become.
Do both you and Dad enjoy sharing a brew together? With the craft
brew revival that’s going on, there are small breweries in many states, with
most offering tours to introduce you to the brewing process. Some even
hold classes to show you how to make your own. Check out the
CraftBeer.com website to find a brewery near you. If Dad prefers wine,
the folks at WineWeb.com have a list of vineyards across the country.
Or maybe you want to give Dad the gift he never seems to get—peace
and quiet. Let him grab that book he’s been wanting to read (you could
gift him a subscription to his favorite magazine) and whether it’s in an
Adirondack chair or a Hammock in the backyard—see to it that he’s not
disturbed (at least for a couple of hours).
Whether you’re a dad sharing the day with your kids or celebrating with your own father—enjoy the time together in whatever you do!
Share your favorite Father’s Day memories in the comments below.