From Early years of piggy back rides an fishing trips our dads would do anything to spend time with us. Whether we were a boy or girl as we got older there were fun filled weekends of batting cages and go carts, watching tv and baking sweets. Dad’s have even been known to help us with science projects and school reports. After years of support and guidance they hope they have given us the tools we need to go to college or succeed on our own.
Since our Dads do so much for us through our lives Its nice to tell thank you for what they have done. Father’s Day is a great chance to celebrate Dad. The Hard part is finding a Father’s Day Gift.
My Dad loves golf so for years I bought anything golf related I could find from teas, hats, picture frames to gag gifts. Finally when I was about 16 my dad said, ‘Please Kristen, No more golf gifts’. Thats when I had to get creative.
I started shopping online, wanting something personal and useful. I found all kinds of useless knickknacks but, nothing he would really like. Finally I though about getting my dad corporate stationery gifts. Personalized Cards, Notes and Notepads for his home and office. He was surprised and thrilled to receive them. I now have a new Father’s Day Gift theme, but, I don’t think he will get sick of this.