Go for a walk, rain or shine! Getting out of the house to ‘stretch your legs’ is very important, and the fresh air is great for the whole family.
Baking! When in doubt, remember the old saying ‘the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.’ If the kids are old enough, get them to help mix the batter or decorate the treats. If they aren’t, your baking will probably end up better than what comes out of my house…
Give Dad some time alone. Sometimes the best gift is the gift of time and space. What does he love to do the most? Set up a cosy spot and some treats where he can listen to music, read a book, do some gaming or watch TV alone, while you take the kids out of the house for a walk so it’s nice and quiet. And then return with lots of snuggles and kisses and fun chaos!!
Plant a garden. This was actually my daughter's idea, and I thought it was pretty great since Father’s Day usually marks the beginning of spring. We had some seeds lying around so we have planted these and hopefully we will have some little seedlings sprouting by Father’s Day of his favourite chillies.