21 Last Minute Gifts for Dad for Father's Day
By JennaHatfield on June 13, 2013
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Hi. Did you know Father's Day is on Sunday? As in this Sunday, June 16, 2013. Yeah. I knew that. Except then I forgot. Whoops. To be fair, my husband will get to kick back on the beach with a beer in one hand, possibly a beer in the other hand and the knowledge that there's going to be steak later in the day. In fact, so will my dad. Hooray for accidental mutli-generational vacations that occur on Father's Day! But if you can't whisk the dads in your life off to the beach this Sunday, check out what some other great bloggers are putting together for Father's Day.
I mean what dad doesn't love to cook raw meat over an open flame? It is kind of a tale as old as time.
Man. Meat. Flame.
Via Just Another Day in Paradise.
The saying on the apron is punny, isn't it? Lovin' it.
Via Small & Friendly.
Lindsay at Suburban Turmoil shared ten great ideas, including this fancy-pants Leatherman multi-tool. They have one in their house and one in the car.
Don't forget to read the rest of her post for nine more gift ideas.
Alison at Get Your Pretty On suggest that guys want for Father's Day falls into one of these categories: Smell Goods, Tools, Clothing/Shoes of some sort, or Gadgets. Under the Gadget heading, she suggested the Fitbit Flex to track all those workouts.
She lists four more great ideas.
And now I'm also getting my dad the Darth Vader's Little Princess book. Win.
Via Redfly Creations.
Or... you could take the most sentimental route and write a beautiful, loving tribute to the dad(s) in your life -- like Elizabeth shared with us here on BlogHer.
Whatever you choose, make sure those dads in your life know that they are loved and honored this Sunday. I know that my husband and my dad will shrug off the compliments I bestow on them Sunday while helping make their special meal, but they sure do deserve them -- and more.
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