Fatherâ€™s Day is quickly approaching and it’s time to show all the dads some love! I don’t know about you, but I always find shopping for men a little tricky. In the past, many of my gifts for my husband and father have resulted in a being nothing more than a sweet gesture. So this year Iâ€™m looking to get Father’s Day gifts that are meaningful and practical, and affordable!
- Electronic Holder – My husband has one of these already and uses it all. the. time. Especially nice for traveling and a go-to accessory for work bags.
2.Â Leather Journal – Journals are always a sweet gift. Andrew and I keep a journal that we every so often use to write letters to one another. We started journaling to each other when we were dating and carried it into our marriage. When life gets busy, and you’re tired and drained emotionally & mentally – it’s a good way to keep the communication open in your relationship, especially when kids are thrown into the mix! It’s a sweet way to remind your significant other that you love and appreciate them.
3.Â Leather Toiletry Bag -Â fill with their favorite products and accessories! (some ideas listed below)Â Â – Other than just the typical Dad gift (tie.) As women, we receive gifts that make us feel refreshed, pampered, and beautiful – men should too!
4. French Press – Because what parent doesn’t want coffee, or more importantly NEED coffee. Throw in their favorite coffee and a cheesy Dad mug, and voilÃ¥!
5. Dollar Shave Club – For anyone that shaves, this is a no-brainer! Extremely convenient and great products.
6.Â Money clipÂ – Simple, lightweight, and minimal – just what we need in this day and age.
7. Shoe HornÂ – Another item that is used almost every day in our household!
8. Leather Wallet – Personalize it with a Monogram and slide in a sweet pic of the kids that he can carry around with him.
9.Â Tool Kit – This is an excellent gift for dads that are just starting out in a new home and looking to begin their tool collection. Andrew was gifted one when we were first married, and it has been one of his most used gifts.
10. Plan a “Day With Dad” – I know many people opt to spend money on experiences rather than on stuff. Plan a day (with or without kids) for dad. Have the kids make a nice invitation, presenting the agenda for the date.
Some ideas: Movies, Beach, Picnic, Museum, Zoo, Trampoline/Inside Gym
Ice Cream, Favorite restaurant, cooking class, hiking, roller skating, ball game.
Add a nice card with a sweet message and their favorite treat – and you are good to go!