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Father’s Day Gift Guide 2013

Jun 05, 2013

Father's Day is fast approaching and if you're looking to get your dad something other than a new pair of socks or a tie, we have some creative suggestions that will put a smile on your dad's faces!  You don't have to spend a lot of money to make your dad's day special, from surprising him with breakfast to just spending the day together at the park with a picnic or a simple framed picture of you and dad, it's definitely the thought that counts

Celebrated on the third Sunday of every June, Father's Day is a celebration that honors fathers and fatherhood! It was founded after Mother's Day in Spokane, Washington at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd. Her dad was a Civil War veteran who raised six children as a single parent. After Sonora heard about Mother's Day, she thought fathers should have a similar day to honor them and voila - Father's Day was born. 

How will you be celebrating Father's Day this year?How will you be celebrating Father's Day this year?Courtesy of Yahoo
 

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Pink_Kitty

Pink_Kitty wrote:

That is cool. not sure what i am doing for father's day and its today.
commented: Sun Jun 16, 2013

minecraft_girl995
Cool
commented: Sat Jun 15, 2013

goldenswan

goldenswan wrote:

OMG my dad will love this
commented: Sat Jun 15, 2013

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