Father’s Day! Time again to celebrate our amazing husbands who also happen to be amazing fathers. I don’t know about you, but as I start to plan my gifts for the Mr. every year, I tend to go a little overboard. I get what I refer to as “christmas for the kids syndrome” where I…
I am sure we aren’t the only ones who lovingly refer to our grandpas as “Papa.” I went through a phase of calling my own dad “Papa” because I watched a little too much “Little House on the Prairie” growing up… but that’s neither here nor there. Now my kids call their grandpas “Papa,” which…
You’ve got two days to finish prepping for Father’s Day! If you need a card, a last-minute gift, or just want to add something personal to what you already bought dad, why not include a questionnaire filled out by the kids?
There are so many great free printable Father’s Day questionnaires floating around the web, and I’ve gathered some of my favorites. Of course, grandpa deserves a special gift from the kids too, so I found a few questionnaires for him as well.
I couldn’t really help but swoon when I saw this adorable photo of dad and baby cuddled up in a football blanket. It got me to thinking how adorable it would be as a Father’s Day gift or for a new dad.
It’s available for purchase on Teamees.com, but it would be sooo simple to make (sorry Teamees)! I’m thinking some super-soft brown and white chenille would do the trick. Then you get to watch Daddy and baby snuggle in a manly way every night.
If you’ve ever stopped by my blog before, you know I’m a huge DIY gifter. Not only do do-it-yourself gifts save money, I also find them to be really thoughtful. Every holiday I scour the internet for good DIY gift ideas – i.e. something I would actually be proud to give to someone and something that suits their personality/lifestyle; not something cheesy that I’m giving just because it was free or cheap to make.
I’m a huge fan of personalized cards. In fact, I usually don’t give them unless I’ve made them myself. This is equal parts me trying to be creative and give something special, and me boycotting the ridiculous price of a hallmark card. I mean, really, $3.99 for something that will be looked at once and thrown away?