Every year when Father’s Day comes around, I start scratching my head… thinking about a perfect gift to give. Our Dad in the family is probably the hardest person to shop for. He never has a wish list of any kind, and there is never anything he seems to need or want. This makes it especially hard when wanting to present him with a gift!
So most of the time, we make gift-giving to him personal, usually involving pictures and a frame or a home-made craft. He proudly hangs our gifts up in his office at home and at work – this makes the kids happy too!
Here are a couple of Father’s Day gifts we have presented to him in the past.
For this frame, I printed out a poem for the first pane, put their hand-prints with their ages written below them in the middle panes, and put a picture of the boys holding their drawings in the last pane. I also chose the words family, cherish, and laugh to put above the poem and hand-prints.
This is the picture that our eldest is holding.