Without any sales pitches for specific products, Bloggermoms list of ‘Top Gift Ideas for Dads’ has been built around celebrating dad’s unique personality and appreciating his efforts. The list includes ideas like giving him ‘Two of the ten things he loves to buy but you usually protest’, Vintage Video Games, a special afternoon of sport, a meal of favorites, a framed version of his journey to becoming dad, a celebration of a hobby he left behind as life became too busy. The list is available at: http://www.bloggermoms.com/
The article on top things to do on father’s day with kids talks of getting the kids involved in planning father’s day. Ideas of activities to do as a family to celebrate dad include a family picnic, a family game outing, a surprise weekend trip, visiting a place from dads past and even giving dad a day off to do whatever he pleases. The list is available at: http://www.bloggermoms.com/
Planning Fathers Day for Dads of Preschool kids or Toddlers provides its own challenges. The Bloggermoms article on ‘Preschool Father’s Day’ covers ways to get the preschooler or toddler involved in planning the day. Dads are moved, whether they show it or not, by words and acts of their preschoolers, so the ideas include thoughtful touches from your preschooler. It has things like creating a book/movie around ‘My adventures with Super Dad’ or a dad Q and A, or a card with 5 words from your preschooler that describes dad, various collage and craft ideas. This list is available at: http://www.bloggermoms.com/
More resources for sustainable living with kids can be found at Bloggermoms as well as a host of articles on life as a mom, living in a new culture and raising kids in a multicultural environment.
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