Father’s Day is an important time of year for most dads (though, if we’re being honest, they’re more concerned about Mother’s Day going well, if they had to choose between the two).
When it comes right down to it, a great Father’s Day for a dad is a relaxing one. So before you go nuts trying to plan a fully booked day for the old man, keep in mind that these are the five things dad really wants to spend his Sunday doing.
Mowing The Lawn
You might think you’re doing your dad a favor by taking care of some of his chores. You’d be wrong. You never want to take away lawnmowing time from the old man. For him, it’s something he’s actually looking forward to. So let the man mow.
Grabbing A Beer
Dad is going to want to day-drink on Father’s Day, and it’s only polite to let him. It’s his day, after all, and probably one of the only days when he can grab a brew without any rolled eyes from his wife.
Dad’s not going to want to spend the whole day with his family on Father’s Day. So let him go out for a few hours with the boys, and get a couple holes in?
Of course, all that hard work (and day drinking) will take its toll, so he’ll want to set down for a quick nap at some point in the afternoon. Might as well let him. Then, you can give him the perfect way to end the day by letting him do some…
Of course dad’s going to want to grill on his special day. That way he can eat what he wants, how he likes it. And nothing is better than sipping a beer and flipping some meat on Father’s Day. And if a dad can manage to pull off all five of these activities, he’ll know he’s done Father’s Day right.