Father’s Day is here and here’s the thing, Dad’s want memories.
Here’s a list of 5 memories the outdoor Dad really wants for Father’s Day:
1. Homemade cards
. Instead of a store-bought-whatever, get makers, crayons, and notebook paper. Make pictures. Write poems. Go to town.
2. Memories themselves. Here’s a cool project: For as many years old as Dad is, write a separate great memory on a piece of paper wether it is singing in the car
, rafting trips
, or road trips to Idaho
. Seal each one in an envelope. Then dump them on the kitchen table and open each one together.
3. Food. Kids, make a cake
. Decorate it yourselves. The more kid-made it looks, the better. Bonus points: make a pie
4. Day trip. Dad loves to get outside. We know this. Surprise him with a day trip to your closest get away. Plan the whole thing door-to-door, pack a picnic, load up the cargo box
and go. Bonus points if the cargo box is covered with flair
5. Pics. Do you know how ridiculously easy it is to make a photo album and get it delivered to your door? Take an hour right now, find 20 pics, and get him a book that he’ll cherish forever.