It's his first-time celebrating Father's Day, so you want it to be a memorable occasion for him. He might insist it's just a "Hallmark holiday," but let us assure you that your man wants to be acknowledged, appreciated, and admired on his big day.
A first Father’s Day is so much more than receiving gifts. He finally has a beautiful baby of his own that we can love and guide through life.
It can be a very special, even profound, moment when Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cease to be just about your parents – when the day also becomes about you and your partner as parents.
It may take you a while to adjust to the fact that your new parents who are responsible for raising a tiny little human. You may even have a few moments where you’re thinking “Wow, I’m a parent!”
Here are some sentimental ideas to help him celebrate his special day:
1. Being a new dad often means giving up sleeping in on weekends. Let him enjoy a sleep in and maybe a hot breakfast in bed.
2. If you’re not naturally artistic or craftsy, don’t worry. There are lots of easy Father’s Day gifts you can make yourself, the simplest of which can involve your baby’s footprints and handprints. You can find inkless print kits in Target or Baby Bunting.
3. Mark the occasion with a personalised custom keepsake gift. A personalised gift is one from the heart and is guaranteed to hit a real soft spot with him. There’s nothing more beautiful than seeing a dad express how proud he is to be a father and how loved his kids are.
Remember to keep the focus on family, memories, and giving Dad a little bit of a treat. If it's about the three of you and how much you mean to each other, you can't go wrong.
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