I'm curious if you would have the same suggestions for celebrating Mother's Day. As other posters have said, it's FATHER'S DAY, not KID'S DAY. The kids should be doing things for the dad.
What about bringing DAD breakfast in bed - traditional for Mother's Day.
What about taking DAD out for dinner and celebrating not just DAD, but FAMILY?
What about making a special gift or card for DAD?
What about washing DAD's car,or cutting the grass?
What about the kids going to one of DAD's concerts?
What about playing a game that DAD likes, or watching a game with him?
Since most families cater to what the kids want every day of the year, it's time to celebrate the parents.
- 6/19/2011 2:28:49 PM