Father’s Day is coming up, and that means it’s time to show our appreciation to the fathers in our life for all they do for us. Try to make his day meaningful with a special meal, take him out for some fun, and then give him a gift you know he will love. Use a gift from my list of the best Father’s Day gifts:
1. Carnivore Cookbook ($20)
This cookbook is perfect for dads who love meat-based meals that are simple and easy to make. Created by celebrity chef Michael Symon, this book comes with information about cuts, breeds, techniques, and more than 120 different recipes. The book is a great blend of traditional dishes, like pork pie and smoked lamb ribs, with a touch of contemporary.
2. Amazon Fire ($99)
Amazon Fire TV is a tiny box that connects your HDTV to a world of online entertainment. Whether you’re a Prime member or not, enjoy a huge selection of TV episodes and movies, voice search that actually works, plus exclusive features like ASAP and Amazon FreeTime. It’s the easiest way to enjoy Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, low-cost movie rentals, live and on demand sports, music, photos, games, and more.
3. Bespoke Post Gift Box ($55 or $45/month subscription)
A subscription service geared towards enhancing the day-to-day lifestyle basics of every man, Bespoke Post is the perfect gift for the dapper dad. The New York-based company will hook him up with a freshly curated box of goods every month, with themes ranging from home-distillery and grill-mastering, to the best swagger-inducing socks.
4. iGrill ($40)
Made for the tech-savvy dad, the iGrill is the perfect grilling companion. Connected by Bluetooth, dad can monitor the temperature of his favorite cuts of meat right from his phone. He can keep an eye on Sunday dinner without missing the game!
5. ESPN Magazine ($25)
If your father or husband likes sports, ESPN Magazine is a perfect gift. He’ll get to catch up on his favorite commentary and exclusive stories each month. Plus, dad will be reminded every month that you’re thinking of him – the gift that keeps giving! Their Father’s Day special is 75% off the typical rate.
6. SKLZ Golf Trainer ($56)
For some dads, the only think they like more than golf is giving tips to their friends. This golf trainer helps dad improve his form and work out his core muscles. It’s perfect for a pregame workout.
7. Chrome Clocky ($45)
Does your dad/husband have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning? This runaway clock makes sure he gets out of bed! When the buzzer goes off, this clock jumps off your nightstand and whizzes around the room, looking for a place to hide.
8. Handprint Tree Portrait (FREE)
Using simple paints, a piece of canvas, and an elegant frame, create a picture of your family tree. Place your hands in different colored paints and press them against the canvas to make the leaves. Mark the event and year and dad has a perfect piece of art for his office or bedroom.
Written by Karen Barski, BSN, RN, Mother of five, Certified Infant Care Specialist & Instructor, & Inventor of the Woombie Baby Swaddle
Karen has been an RN for 18 years, and has worked in many different nursing roles. As a Certified Infant Care Specialist, Karen counsels thousands of families yearly on a multitude of issues relating to pregnancy and infancy. Also, as a mother of five, she has invaluable experience and tips to share.
Since 2007, Karen’s company, KB Designs, has invented a line of signature baby swaddle products that have helped parents easily transition their new babies from womb to home. There are multiple designs and sizes so that babies can enjoy the comfort and security of the Woombie up until the time they begin to roll.
Each product has been created and designed by Karen because of a need she identified in her life with her five children. With convenience, safety, and fashion in mind, KB Designs has helped over a half million babies and counting!
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