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Last minute Father’s Day gifts for that special dad in your life
Father’s Day is almost upon us, and now is the perfect time to show the good men in your life how much you appreciate them all. Here are a few ideas that Dinner Table Doctor, the father of my own three kids, has enjoyed through the years. Because DTD is such a foodie, wine lover, and health-conscious dad, he is pretty easy to buy for. Sometimes the older a dad gets, the harder it can be to figure out what they might appreciate. Hopefully the following gift ideas will spark your creativity and help you find just the right present to show dad how much you care. Just click on the pictures for shopping links.
Have you seen the TikTok videos of the dads who just love to look at their yards? These crack me up because they remind me of DTD. He loves surveying our yard and spends as much time as possible identifying and correcting issues in order to make it perfection in his eyes. Gardening or yard tools and supplies make great gifts for many dads. Add a plant or two and a bag of dirt or some deer repellant you’ll have a happy guy!
Gifts for Dads Who Love Food and Drinks
DTD loves wine and beer and cooking and baking. These are just a few ideas of the many supplies you can get for someone like DTD. Add a few samples of his favorite foods and beverages and he’ll be a content and productive fellow.
Dads who Love Music or Gaming
If your special guy enjoys listening to music or playing video games, the possibilities are almost limitless. Pair these with a gift card for new music or the latest game:
DTD definitely enjoys working out. A guy who is fitness conscious could use all kinds of workout clothes and supplies. Gift certificates to REI or Dick’s Sporting Goods would be great to slip in with any of these ideas:
Gift Most Dads Will Appreciate
If you’re having trouble identifying your special dad’s hobbies or interests, these are some gifts almost any dad would appreciate.
Many dads simply desire time with their kids. If you are able to take dad out to dinner, a show, concert or sporting event, you can create new memories while spending quality time together. This is a gift which will mean more than you can imagine and can be as inexpensive as a hike or picnic.
Hopefully this gives you some ideas of thoughtful gifts for all those special dads in your life. Please make sure to check out these older posts for even more great gifts:
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