With Father’s Day coming up, we are once again faced with the burning question: What do you get a man who seems to have everything he needs? With the new normal, we may not be able to celebrate Father’s Day the way we’re used to, but we can still celebrate dad in many ways. Your special guy - father, husband, uncle, grandpa, in-laws and such – deserves a gift from the heart.
Help dad stay healthy and happy! Whether you’re staying at home with dad or sending love to his home, we hope you’ll find these Father’s Day gift ideas useful:
1. Prepare a healthy family brunch. Even simple homemade pasta and seafood dishes can taste delicious, as long as you’re using natural ingredients. If your dad’s big on breakfast, whip up a batch of hearty, organic pancakes or toast slices of freshly baked sourdough for an energizing start to his day. Get these items here.
3. Celebrate the new dad. Is there a newborn in the house? New dads will love a thoughtful gift of relaxing teas and brain-healthy snacks and organic care items for the little one. Get him a New Dad Survival Kit with snacks & beverages to keep him awake while taking care of the baby
4. Set up a video call with the whole family. It’s always a good time when family members from across the city (or around the world) log on to celebrate and check up on each other. Invite everyone young and young-at-heart!
5. Send Dad a healthy care package. Give dad a break this Father’s day and send over a care package with wellness essentials and laid-back treats.
6. Plan a movie night. Gather his all-time favorite movies, documentaries or sports highlights and spend quality time together.