Whether they make it a point to embarrass us out in public with silly dad jokes or be our strength during hard times, fathers are the best.
They might not tell you every day that they love you, but their actions speak louder than words.
Especially when fathers are being tough on their children.
While a mother has the ability to be emotional and let you know exactly how she feels, fathers do things their own way.
And it’s not every day that we get to celebrate every child’s first superhero, their father.
Fathers normally are the providers of a family. They work hard just so their family could live a happy life.
The sacrifices a father makes is beyond comparison. And all his works are often left unnoticed.
Which is why it is so important for us to celebrate our fathers. To be able to show him that he means the world to us and that his hard work matters the most in the family.
Here are a few amazing Father’s Day gift ideas.
Breakfast in Bed.
Fathers get tired from all the hard work and the best we could do as children is to try not to bother him and his sleep.
So, in order to celebrate his life, we should start early by bringing him his breakfast on bed.
Cook things he likes for his breakfast, maybe get a coffee mug that says “Best Father Ever,” and serve him an amazing breakfast at the comfort of his own bed.
It’s always fun to watch sports with your father whether its cricket, football or wrestling.
The most fun thing beside the match is your father’s commentary and “expertise”.
And in order to honor that you could buy him and yourself a match ticket and go have fun with your father.
There is a different thrill of watching a live match, that too with the greatest commentator of all, your father.
If your father doesn’t like alcohol, skip this one. But if he does, there is nothing like gifting your father vintage alcohol.
The only thing your father (who drinks) knows better than politics is the taste of aged alcohol.
Believe me, this is an amazing gift for your father who loves showing off his wine collections to people.
It’s not just alcohol for him but a prized possession gifted by his children.
Dinner at an Expensive Restaurant.
At today’s age, it’s almost a rare thing that you get to sit down together with your father and have a hefty dinner.
Money sure doesn’t buy happiness, but it can buy an expensive dinner at a good restaurant.
And since you know your father’s favorite why not buy him his favorite dinner at an expensive restaurant for one day in a year.
Most of the times it’s always our fathers buying us food. Make it the other way around on Father’s Day.
Decanter and Rock Glasses.
If you can’t afford to buy an expensive aged whiskey or wine don’t be sad.
You can always buy alcohol decanter and rock glasses.
It’s definitely not the same thing, but it will surely please your father that loves drinking alcohol.
World’s Greatest Collection of Dad Jokes.
If you have a dad who is more on the humor side and who is an expert at calling you “hey hungry, I’m dad,” than this gift is made for him.
You can be a little extra by helping your dad become a little more extra.
And you can gift him a book of World’s Greatest Collection of Dad Jokes.
I’m pretty sure you’ll be his favorite kid after that. Not that that’s a thing (wink).
Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill.
If your father loves being the center of attention at any cookouts and family functions, this gift is exactly what you need.
An indoor/outdoor electric grill lets you dad shine and be the hero of the day as he gets to do what he loves, grill meat and feed people.
It really is a win-win situation for both of you.
There is nothing as amazing as spending some quality time with your father.
You’ll get to witness how amazing your father really is. Bonus points: you’ll learn so much about your father and also some amazing life lessons.
And the best way to do it is to go fishing with your pops. The calm of the water will calm down both your nerves.
And the more fish you catch, the prouder your father is of you.