Father’s Day will be here any second! Stumped on what to do for the adoptive dad in your life? We have some great ideas that are reminders of dad’s chosen child or children.We’ve also included a couple that the kids can create themselves. Check out our Father’s Day Gift List!
Customized Key Rings
Who doesn’t think of their dad when they hear the jingle of keys in a pocket? Hearing that jangle of metal can take an adult back to their childhood and the memory of their dad walking in the door at the end of the day. Why not give dad the same sweet reminder? Gift the dad in your life with a new ring so he thinks of his family as he jingles his keys during the day.
Here’s a great one from etsy.
And another cute one from Not on the High Street:
Photo Dog Tags
Does your husband or father like a little bling? Maybe he’s retired from the service or just enjoys a bit of family near his heart. These dog tags let him express his love for his family and keep them close to him. With many design options at Pictures on Gold, you can find the picture and style that suits him best.
One more shiny object option!! All dads should have a great pair of cufflinks for those special, or just special to him, occasions. Weddings, company parties, a day out with his children: these cufflinks will look fantastic on him at any of these events. They are a small reminder of his greatest achievement. Check out hatch.co for these fingerprint cufflinks and other fingerprint jewelry.
This gift is a great way to get kids involved and it can be an ongoing project for future Father’s Days. It’s also inexpensive and a wonderful way to let your children express their feelings towards their dad. You just need a few supplies and some adorable kids! For the printable and a guide, head over to Positively Splendid!
I love you card
Here’s a great card that kids 5 and older can make on their own! Younger ones will need some help but can certainly participate in the craft. Give it to Dad along with a homemade breakfast by the kids and he’ll feel especially loved on his big day. Directions for the card and needed supplies are on A Day in my Life blog.
Which gift suits the adoptive father whom you love best? What do you and the kids have planned for dad? Tell us about your Father’s Day on Facebook!