Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21st!

Let’s celebrate dad big this year! But let’s not forget all the grandfathers, uncles, stepdads, and father figures who have loved and nurtured us too. Where would we be without our fathers? My dad taught me a lot over the past 27 years of my existence. He taught me how to ride a bike, pray the Lord’s prayer, drive a car, grill a hamburger, enjoy a good walk, pursue a life with Christ, and so much more. As Annie James puts it in the Parent Trap, “A dad is an irreplaceable person in a girl’s life.” And I couldn’t agree more!

And this Father’s Day, I decided to round up a variety of fun gifts to give dad. And I included various price points to fit every type of budget. From robes to barware, there is something for every dad!

Here are my top picks!

Gift Ideas for Dad

1. See America Book
2. Counterman Beard Oil
3. Counterman Exfoliating Cleanser
4. Terry Cloth Robe
5. Tooletries Dopp Kit
6. Columbia PFG Shirt
7. Cuisinart Grill Tool Set
8. Dad Hook Lumbar Pillow
9. Mason Jar Shaker
10. He Reads Truth Bible
11. J. Crew Dotted Tie
12. J. Crew Double Stripe Tie
13. M&G Valet Tray
14. Bourbon Bitters
15. Square Ice Cube Tray
16. Yeti 20 oz. Tumbler
17. Lands’ End Duffle Bag
18. M&G USB Keychain

But if your budget doesn’t allow for any of these gifts, do not fret. Dads are usually pretty easy to please! Grill out for dinner and make hamburgers and hotdogs with all the fixings. Then whip up his favorite dessert (key lime pie, strawberry ice cream, brownies, etc.) and not only did you make a memory together, but you also gave him the gift of quality time. Or go on a family hike together! It’s a free activity that gets everyone outside, talking, and enjoying one another’s company.

Your dad will love whatever you get him!

You Are Seen on Father’s Day

Father’s Day isn’t easy for all of us. For those who’ve lost their father, are single dads, have tense relationships with their father, have lost a child, stepdads, and those who desperately want to be a father, you are seen. Although this holiday may be lighthearted and celebratory for many, don’t forget to remember those who are struggling with the weightiness of this day. My thoughts and prayers go out to each of you who need some extra love this Father’s Day.

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