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Ways to Honour Dad this Father’s Day

After showering our moms with love last Mother’s Day and showing her how important she is in our lives, it’s now our dads turn to feel how honoured we are to have him. RegaloService.com has compiled some creative ways on how to show your dad that you honour him and that he is the hero in your life. Read on:

  • Dads work hard during the week. Treat him to a home massage or buy him a Spa gift certificate and book him an appointment for whole body massage.
  • They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Prepare a gourmet dinner for dad and set him up for a date with mom. Complete it with candle light table setting and wine. Add some jazz music to make it more romantic. You’ve hit two birds with one stone. You’ve made dad happy and mom as well.
  • Take him to an action-packed movie date with your siblings.
  • If your father is the sporty type, it’s time to get rough and play his favorite sport with him.
  • Organize a “boys night” get together. Invite your father’s close friends. It can be at the comforts of your home or some place where your dad and his friends can unwind, relax and have some good fun. Get that karaoke or poker table ready. Don’t forget the rhythms and the booze.
  • If he is the outdoorsy type, then there are plenty of activities to do. You can go biking, fishing, snorkelling, trekking, kayaking, wakeboarding or surfing! Make him experience a one-of-a-kind adventure of his life.
  • Most dads are techie and gadget crazy so go ahead and give him the latest gadgets in town.
  • Go on a professional family photo shoot and have the best photo framed to put on dad’s desk in the office.
  • For the handyman in the house, gift him with power tools like screwdrivers, power drills, jigsaw, power washer or a pocket knife. This will surely excite him to create new projects or fix anything that needs mending at home.
  • Simply sit and have a drink with dad. Talk about his childhood and bittersweet memories. Dads are fond of storytelling and reminiscing.

These are some of the ways that you can show how special your father is to you. Go on, tell your dad how much you love him and that you are very proud of him. There are definitely more ways so let your imagination and creativity do the works.

How to be the Best Dad 101

Life is different these days because both parents are working and the challenges faced by families are tougher and more stressful.  Nowadays, fathers are not only expected to provide for the family but are also expected to share with the responsibilities at home and that includes house chores and taking care of the children.

So, with all of these things that fathers need to attend to, how can you make sure that you are still the best dad in the eyes of your children?  Allow RegaloService.com to count the ways:

  • Spend more time with your children – You may have a lot on your plate but you have to drop them all and be present for your children.  That means being with them fully without your mind going elsewhere.  Get to know them better.  Be there when there are special occasions or when they have achievements that you’ll surely be proud of.
  • Get involved with everything – This is where sharing of responsibilities gets in.  Aside from your wife, you should also be hands-on in taking care of your children.  If they are still young, feed them, change their nappies, give them a bath, put them to bed.  If they are older, drop and pick them up from school, go with them in their extra-curricular activities like piano lessons or swimming classes.  In short, be as involved as Mom in rearing the kids.
  • Play with your kids – Aside from the obvious that it is definitely fun for the kids, did you know that when you play with your children, you help them develop emotionally and socially?  You are helping your child to strive to succeed thereby building their self-esteem and confidence.
  • Be their role model – This is a given.  Set a good example for your children and teach them valuable lessons in life.  Whatever you do, all eyes are on you.  Whatever they see in you, they’ll surely imitate someday.  So make sure that you always put your best foot forward in everything that you do.
  • Be firm in disciplining – Set rules and boundaries.  When your children crossed that boundary, be firm but kind and respectful in the way you’ll discipline them.  Talk to your wife as well to take your side and not contradict you so that you don’t give mixed signals to your children.
  • Show the kids how much you love their mom – Do not argue or fight in front of your kids.  Thank her and praise her for everything that she has done for your family.  Treat her well with much love and respect.  Work together as a team in bringing your family to greater heights.  How you treat mom has a great effect on your kids’ self-esteem.  It also has an enormous impact on how they will view and treat women in general and how they will interact with them when they grow up.
  • Take care of yourself physically – Think about your children’s future.  Do not abuse yourself physically.  Ditch those bad habits and maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle.
  • Teach them good financial management – That’s right!  It is better to start while they are still young.  Teach them the value of money and how to save.  Tell them that it is not that easy to earn money so they should spend it wisely and put it into good use.

With these full-proof tips, get ready to be tagged by your children as “The World’s Best Dad.” 

Great Gifts For Dad

Below  are some great gifts for Dad that you can give this Father’s Day. We’ve handpicked some more and you can see it in our Official Facebook Page.  For greater gift choices, please visit RegaloService.com’s Father’s Day section.

Gumbo Gift Certificate

Treat Dad to a gastronomic experience at Gumbo.

Something For Dad by Oh Whatta A Cake

Something to make dad’s bath time enjoyable.

Activate Titanium Bracelet X1218/19 from Silverworks

Gives dad that spunky and cool look.

Thinking of Dad Buttercream Icing by Cake Avenue

A sweet cake for a sweet dad.