Gift Ideas for the Dad Who Has Everything!
Have you ever looked at your dad or your husband and wondered what you’ll get him for Father’s Day? He has everything! This year, it appears dad may have everything, but there are a few things from Sears Canada that you can get him that you didn’t think about.
My rule of thumb is to always go for the basics and practical things that they can use over and over again. After all, you don’t want them to just use it once and put it away. You want the gift to improve their every day life and to get maximum enjoyment, right?
Go for the clothing
Dad is one of those people that doesn’t ask for anything. His clothes may look ragged from all the hard work he’s putting in. Maybe your husband is a style fanatic and has been wanting some new threads and kicks to add to his collection.
While dad may not need anything tool wise, perhaps his closet needs a little updating. Head to Sears Canada and stock up on some of these clothing deals!
- Chino Shorts- $19.97
- Chino Pants- $29.97
- Poplin Long Sleeve Shirt- $24.97
- Pima cotton tee- $12.97
- Slip on/lace up canvas shoes – $14.99
Breakfast in bed
Sometimes the best gift for the dad who has everything is not buying him anything at all. Plus, you can always give him a Sears gift card so that he can go and get something for himself later. Til then, bring him his favourite breakfast while he’s still in bed. There is nothing quite like a fresh cup of coffee, eggs, and sausage in the morning. Especially, when you don’t have to cook it.
Yard work for the win
The next time you see dad out there mowing the yard, offer to extend your talents. On Father’s Day, get the whole family out there doing yard work. Mowing the yard, pulling weeds, and watering the flowers are all something that dad needs a break from.
Go the electronic route
Knowing your dad, his electronics may be a little out of date. Your husband may be a techie and always wants the latest and the greatest. It never hurts to update the electronics in your dad’s life or to get your Hubs the latest tech he’s had his eye on. Here are some ideas for a few electronic ideas for Father’s Day!
- Bluetooth Headphones- $39.99
- Big Sounds Stereo Headphones -$19.99
- Premium Bluetooth Speaker- $39.99
- Bluetooth Clip-on Speaker- $14.99
Something to keep his soda cold
Is your dad a lover of soda or a nice cold one on a hot day? With the 150th birthday of our great nation coming up, consider this Canada Day 150 Cooler – $69.97! It’s the perfect gift for dad who likes to sit outside and enjoy a cold beverage. The cooler is also perfect for summer camping, tailgating, and anything else dad likes to do outside.
Spend time with dad
One of the best gifts to give is time. Spend time with your dad. Go to his house, watch his favourite sports with him, and just enjoy his company. As our dads get older, it’s important to make that effort to spend as much time with them as possible. Because really, at the end of the day, our presence is all that matters. No matter what, make an effort to spend time with dad this Father’s Day. If you can swing him a gift, that’s great too. Effort is really what matters, especially on Father’s Day!
Don’t forget your husband too, have your kids spend time with him and make him feel special on this day and every day. Time is fleeting! Make plans to have the kids do something fun with their dad, have them help make his breakfast and let them come with you to Sears Canada to pick out his gift. I’m sure they know what’s cool these days too, so they will help!
Make it the Best Year Yet!
Now that you have some gift ideas for the dad who has everything, gifting him with a gift he will love will be easy!
Make sure you visit sears.ca for more information and to see what else they have for Dad. Who knows, you may find a little something for yourself, no one needs to know!
Which gift do you think the dad in your life will love?
Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Nancy Polanco is a freelance journalist, lifestyle content creator, and editor of Whispered Inspirations. She is a proud Mom to Gabby and Michaela, and wife to Darasak. Having worked as part of a health care team for almost a decade, Nancy is happy to be back to her passion. She is a contributor to the Huffington Post, TODAY’s Parents, and an Oprah Magazine Brand Ambassador.