How to Make Your Husband Feel Special This Father’s Day

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With Father’s Day around the corner, now is a perfect time to start figuring out how you’re going to celebrate. Making your husband feel special is the most important part of Father’s Day, so it’s your job to get creative. Here are some fun ideas if you’re looking for ways to show your husband your appreciation this Father’s Day.

Father’s Day Gifts

Everybody loves receiving gifts, and there are so many great Father’s Day gift ideas. While you might be considering slippers or a bathrobe, you can’t go wrong with carefully curated gift baskets for men. These gift baskets are filled with things your husband loves, from meats and cheeses to fruits and nuts, and even chocolates and cookies. If you’re looking for an extra-special way to show your husband you love him this Father’s Day, try a gift basket.

Start the Day Right

The start of each day sets the mood for the rest of that day, so make sure you start Father’s Day off right. Breakfast in bed is a great way to treat your husband, and it’s even better when you bring him his coffee in a custom Father’s Day mug. Whether you go for a simple breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast, or a massive breakfast spread, your husband will appreciate getting to relax in bed and enjoy the first meal of the day.

 

Another great way to start the day off right is to take care of the kids. If your husband usually wakes up early to make the kids breakfast and get them ready for the day, you can handle that on Father’s Day to let him rest and sleep in.

Consider a Trip

Sometimes taking a trip to do an activity is the best way to spend a day, so look for a fun spot where you can spend the day. If you’ve got a lake nearby where you can swim, fish, and relax with family, that’s a great way to spend Father’s Day. If you’re going to do that make sure he has the right equipment to fully enjoy the day—fishing supplies always make a great gift. You can also take a trip to a larger nearby town to take your husband shopping at one of his favorite stores.

 

Date Night

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Going on dates can be hard when you have children, so make Father’s Day special by finding a babysitter and setting up a date night with your husband. Perhaps there’s a fancy restaurant you’ve been wanting to try, or maybe you want to see a movie. It doesn’t matter what you do for your date night, the most important thing is that you spend time with your husband.

Enjoy the Sunshine

You don’t have to do anything expensive to make Father’s Day fun for your husband. For some men, sitting out on the patio and grilling up some burgers is the best way to spend a day. A few beers or a nice bottle of whiskey make the perfect complement to a cookout, so make sure your husband has everything he needs to enjoy the sun.

Ask Your Husband

When all else fails, you can ask your husband what he wants to do for Father’s Day. He might not have a good answer, but there may be a restaurant or golf course he’s been wanting to try for months now. Including your husband is especially important on Father’s Day. The best part is, you don’t have to worry about whether or not your husband is going to have fun during your outing.

 

Spending time with your husband is the most important part of Father’s Day, but you also want to find a special way to celebrate. As long as you take the time to find a nice gift or plan a celebration in his honor for Father’s Day, your husband will love it.

Mandy Kloppers
Author: Mandy Kloppers

Mental healthblog run by Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist. Mental health blog covers Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Psychology and relationship counselling.

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