Friday

Some Recommendations of Perfect Gifts for Dads

Give your dad something different on any occasion

Thanks to holidays like Mother Day or Father’s Day we start thinking of our parents more often. It’s a good tradition and we children of our parents are honoring these special days by choosing an attention from us – a gift.

Some of us try to chose a unique gift that would be remembered all life long, others try to choose some practical gifts that would be rather helpful than breathtaking. Whatever you chose make sure it corresponds with your father’s age, hobby and interests.
Give your father something different this year. I think he’s got enough ties and socks for the rest of his life and probably is expecting something original from you or at least not a trivial one. It’s important you too feel comfortable about searching the perfect gift.
Make sure that your gift corresponds to your actual finances; it’s not too cheap and not very expensive because your father could actually feel guilty about receiving that gift from you.

When you choose a gift for your father make sure you are in a good mood or at least that your actual mood wouldn’t affect in any way the gift you chose. There are a lot of gifts that could actually offence the receiver. If a person is suffering from obesity and receives a training apparatus or a DVD with loosing fat exercises, your good intentions could turn into a big offence not a gift coming from the heart. 

A gift chosen with care should tell your father that you care about him, you’re actually listening when he thinks you’re not, and that he is unique for you in his own way. I know it’s hard to choose such a gift that will tell such many things. For that you should actually listening when he speaks about his dreams, hobbies or wishes or at least consult with the person who knows him best – your mother.

A big secret consists in how you’re giving the gift, your face expression and your gestures. When receiving the gift from you your father should feel the warmth coming from your heart even if you both have some disputes lately.

Let him feel special this day. 

A great gift that wouldn’t cost you a penny but will have more weight than the most expensive gift is telling your father why you think he’s special for you. A story of you both (or a discussion that you both had) that changed your life or your outlook would also be great. I think your father would remember best your words not the gift that you gave him in 2013.