This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Minute Maid®.
When I married my husband three years ago, I couldn’t comprehend the idea of loving him more than I did on that day. I didn’t know then what I know now…that witnessing him as a loving father to our baby girl would make my heart swell with an abundance of love for him.
My husband is a great father. He’s a lullaby singing, stroller pushing, diaper changing, cartoon watching kind of dad and our daughter is crazy about him. He has a lot on his plate with a demanding job and he works hard to provide for us. I know there are times when he doesn’t feel like he doing or being enough. That’s why on Father’s Day this week, I plan on letting him know how that he is, in fact, doing a good job.
5 Ways to Celebrate Dad
1. Prepare his favorite meal.
Food speaks to the heart so why not take the time to make Dad his most coveted foods on Father’s Day. He will appreciate the effort and surely, the entire family will too.
2. Spend time with him doing an activity he enjoys.
You may not be into golf or baseball but it could be fun to partake in one of Dad’s favorite activities on his special day. There’s something sweet about cheering Dad on as he shows off his “famous” curveball.
3. Write him a love letter.
Forgo the typical store bought Father’s Day card and put pen to paper. Write down all of the ways that Dad is great and all of the reasons why you love him. A card may be forgotten, but a love letter will be cherished forever.
4. Say it with photos.
Whether you print and frame photos, create a slideshow on the computer, or have a photo book made, Dad will love reminiscing about special family moments from over the years.
5. DIY it.
You probably made him gifts when you were little and there’s no doubt that Dad will still enjoy receiving something your crafted. A hand painted wooden sign with his favorite team’s logo or a t-shirt that says something unique to him are a couple of ideas to get you brainstorming.
Check out the newest video from my friends at Minute Maid®. They’re celebrating dads everywhere for the great job they’re doing. Share it with the friends and family in your life who could use a reminder that they, too, are doing a great job as a parent.