by Susanne Myers & Tracy Roberts www.HomemakersHutch.com
Father’s Day is coming up and with Daddy working so hard all the time, don’t you think it’s time to treat him like a king for the day? If you’re looking for a little inspiration on how to make this Father’s day special without breaking the bank, we’ve got some great ideas for you.
A Breakfast Worthy of A King
Let’s start the day off right with a big breakfast. Mom and kids can work together to cook up Daddy’s favorite treats and serve them along with a big cup of coffee in bed.
Fix some eggs, bake some pancakes or think ahead and fix a big breakfast casserole the night before that you just need to bake up. Serve it alongside a fresh cup of coffee and lots of hugs. Now is also a great time to give Daddy some homemade cards. (Get a free card template here.)
Creating Memories On Father’s Day
There is no need for big expensive gifts. Most Dads we know don’t need more stuff to clutter up the workshop, office or garage. Instead, make it a special day and create some memories. Plan a picnic in the park, go for a swim, or just spend some fun time at home playing in the yard or lounging around the house watching movies.
Give Him The Gift Of Quiet Time
Dads are busy and like us Moms, one of their most precious gifts is to have a little quiet time to just wind down. Take the kids out for a walk or to the pool while dad gets to chill in his Pjs and read the paper, play a videogame or catch up on his favorite netflix show.
Majestic Lunch and Dinner Ideas
Majestic food worthy of the king of the day has to be good, but it doesn’t have to be fancy. Think of what Dad likes to eat and go with that. Next you need to figure out if you want to go out to eat, pick up some takeout or cook at home. We like to plan for no more than one meal that’s either takeout or at a restaurant. That leaves us plenty of time to spend together. Cook some burgers, or order a pizza. And remember, it’s the company that counts most.
How Does A King Like To End The Day?
We don’t know about you, but around here, the king likes to pile up on the couch with the kids and snuggle up for a good movie. Unless he’s in the mood for games, in which case board games are spread out around the living room and the fun can begin. Of course his majesty doesn’t forget to tuck in his youngest subjects at the end of a fun filled day.
Susanne Myers from HillbillyHousewife.com and Tracy Roberts from MomsInABlog.com took their friendship from online to real life and then banded together to create The Homemaker’s Hutch.
They wanted to put homemakers and moms in touch with the best homemaking advice, tools, recipes & resources. But it’s about so much more than that. It’s about taking some time for yourself curl up on your couch with a cup of coffee or tea and browse through a fun and informational magazine.
It’s about connecting with other homemakers and moms just like you and the two of them. Homemaker’s Hutch is an online magazine, but it’s so much more than that. Susanne & Tracy are committed to building a thriving online community.
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