Father’s Day Ideas

Father’s Day is this weekend and I wanted to share what we do for Steven instead of giving him a million cards. A couple of years ago I saw this idea on Pinterest and knew it was perfect for our big family. Instead of each kid giving him Father’s Day cards I bought a notebook and each year, each kid writes him a special message. Since our kids are too young to write I put their hand print on a page and write a little message about what each kid likes to do with Dad. This year Brady signed his own name and everyone had the opportunity to decorate their hands. As the kids grow and mature I plan to turn the book over to them and let them be creative and personal. I love this idea because instead of trying to keep up with tons of expensive cards, all Steven’s Father’s Day messages will be in one place.

Doesn’t this book just stream Father’s Day!?!? When I saw it, I knew it was the perfect Father’s Day book.
(I got the notebook at Target, 2 years ago.)



Steven also does this for me on Mother’s Day.

Be blessed,
Michelle

About sixsweetseals

Hi y'all! I'm a southern wife and mommy. I'm happily married to my hubby, Steven, and we have six children, our oldest is Brady and we have girl-girl-boy-girl-girl quintuplets, Mia, Tessa, Brant, Gracie, & Rayleigh. I'm a simple country girl with a big heart. I love Jesus, my family and friends, blogging, all things Texas, the beach, laughing, watching reality tv, shopping at Hobby Lobby, shopping in general, Pinterest, holidays, and planning parties. Family time is the best time. I love being a wife and a mama to my Six Sweet Seals. Welcome to my blog!
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