I want to share a small gift that the kids and I got for my dad for his 70th birthday recently, in addition to the very successful “70 Years of Memories” project we completed for him. I found this “Only … Continue reading
Category Archives: Father’s Day
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads who have gotten us to our starting point. Hubbard Dad Quote card by A Favorite Design.
Sometimes, the most practical and badly-needed gifts make awesome presents for Father’s Day (how do you think ties became so popular???). That’s why wallets are also frequent gifts–because most men’s wallets are falling apart after a short time. So, if … Continue reading
There are so many gifts I adore at Mark & Graham across all categories, but today I’ll just mention some Father’s Day Gifts since they ship free (today only) with code “FATHER”. My favorites (not pictured above): Canvas Gym Bag ($129) … Continue reading
Yes, Mother’s Day just finished, and now it’s time to start thinking about Dad, too. My first gift pick for Father’s Day is Men’s Custom Stationery by our affiliate Minted, because it seems almost every man I know never has custom stationery … Continue reading
Through this Friday, you can save 40% on all personalized items at MyChronicleBooks. There are plenty of great keepsake books here, including one of my favorites–My Quotable Kid Personalized Memory Journal, a 44-page handy keepsake journal where you can jot down … Continue reading
My recent post about kids gifts from The Museum of Modern Art Design Shop’s spring press review got lots of traffic, so I want to share some more finds from the event too, both for kids and grown-ups. Check these … Continue reading
I found Lisa Nelson’s delightful Etsy shop My Little Buffalo via Instagram, and I’m so glad I did. This mom of 2 and illustrator makes custom hand-drawn family portaits that you can purchase as a digital file ($65) to use … Continue reading
Sitcom Dads by Papillon Press.
A special Happy Father’s Day to an amazing dad (mine) and grandpa (my kids’). Whether babysitting at all hours of the day or night, teaching his granddaughter to ride a two-wheel bike, or making sure he never misses Relatives Day … Continue reading