Gift Shopping is frustrating
My husband and I have pretty much stopped buying gifts for each other on these occasions such as fathers day or mothers day. IF we do buy something, its usually pretty small (read: not expensive). We are not total scrooges because we do help the kids get gifts.
I love the idea of gathering some favorite things for dad. Pop, treats, gift certificate to go golfing…. movie passes? And including something handmade from the kids.
Fathers Day Pop Bottles:
Pop bottles filled with candy. Ready Made labels make it easy, just download HERE.
Or let the pop be the gift itself, cute pop for pop label Here.
This year I am adding these ADORABLE sheets, where I plan on interviewing my kids about their dad. I would love to see what they have to say. I made my own sheet with a cute picture of a tie, in the hopes of adding it to the funny cards and things I keep for each of my kids. For older kids, you could have them write the answers and see their writing change from year to year!
Free All About My Dad Printable
Download (without the logo) by clicking on the title below:
** Update – Here is an updated fathers day printable. **