12 Father’s Day Gifts for Your Kids to Give Your Husband
Father’s Day is coming up quick, and as “gift coordinator,” you may need to give your kids a little assist when it comes to celebrating dad. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here are 12 gift ideas that are as clever as they are easy to pull off.
“The Father of All Dad Guides: From (A)doring to (Z)addy”
Dad clichés are rampant, which is exactly why he’ll get a kick out of this humor-driven guide that identifies the different species of American fathers from A to Z. (Irksome characteristics, like a refusal to ask for directions, all included.)
Because he’s the type of guy who has no qualms about skipping bedtime for a late-night game.
A Letterpress Version of Your Child’s Masterpiece
OK, you’ll need to advance order this guy, but how special would it be to turn one of your kid’s original artworks into a frame-worthy print?
A “Days with Dad” Photobook
All it takes is a quick camera roll scroll and—boom—a gift that’s thoughtful and nostalgic all in one.
Tickets to ‘Toy Story 4’
It’s been nine years since the last Toy Story film came out. And since your spouse and kids watch the trilogy on repeat, it only makes sense that you’ll want to see it opening weekend—which is June 21—as a fam. (Pre-order the tickets and tell him to save the date.)
‘Toy Story 4’ PJs
Think of it as an add-on to the tickets mentioned above. Also, proof that matching family pajamas are for more than just holiday time.
For the dad that treasures a trip to the gym or morning run, this iPod-esque audio player allows him to log off parenting duty (temporarily) and leave his phone at home.
A Recordable Card
Not only can the kids decorate it themselves, they can also record a personalized (and 10-second long) message that your partner can listen to on repeat and keep at his desk.
Lightcycle Task Lamp
This is more of a “from mom” splurge, but this LED lighting solution is the ultimate bedtime reading companion—and one that’s designed to reduce eye strain.
Avengers Lego Set
For the Marvel freak who’s extra young at heart.
Pop and Tot T-Shirts
‘Cause they’re a duo, but they’ve got style, too.
Custom Photo Socks
Print ‘em with a pic of a dad, a pic of your kids or both. No matter what, they’ll look great peeking out of his pants at his next AM meeting.