|Spending time together is the best gift.|
- The best Father’s Day celebrations are planned around his hobbies. Taking in a baseball game, golfing, or just grilling and relaxing in the back yard can make his day.
- Both Dad and Mom might appreciate a day off from cooking. Inviting them over for a home-cooked meal of his favorite dishes, or a brunch or dinner served at a restaurant, is a relaxing alternative.
- For dads who are a little less mobile and have less dexterity, a lightweight, portable folding reacher is ideal for use in any room of the home.
- A memory book from the grandkids highlighting recent events and achievements is a great gift for grandparents who can’t attend every sporting match or birthday party.
- For the dad who likes to travel but needs a little help getting in and out of vehicles, the CarCaddie is a portable handle that easily attaches to a door frame.
- Helping Dad document his legacy for future generations is a gift for the giver as well as the recipient. Legacy tools provide services that help Dad turn his personal and family history into keepsakes.
- Sending Dad home with a plate of his favorite homemade treats is a great way to remind him all week how much he’s loved.
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