Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood and paternal bonds. It is celebrated by over 40 countries worldwide. Due to American influence, Father’s Day is widely observed by the public every 3rd Sunday of June.
Tatay, itay, dad, daddy, papa, pops, and pudra. These are just some of the ways we call our fathers.
To make their day extra special, you can give or treat them to:
Make him feel like a Don!
Give your dad a bottle of Don Papa Rum.
Made in Negros Occidental, Don Papa Rum was inspired by the story of the unsung 19th century Philippine revolution heroes, Dionisio Magbuelas, locally known as “Papa Isio.”
Give him an organic pomade for a sleek look.
What’s nice about these products, it’s all organic. That means it’s safe on your hair and skin.
You can buy or do your own organic pomade and leather polish. To know how, READ: No Honey, No Money? Learn How To Make 4 Organic Products Made From Beeswax.
Buy him shoes.
For his daily walks and busy schedule. Nothing beats a new pair of shoes.
Mold his favorite bottle into something useful.
Aside from reusing glass bottles into flower vases or put it in a cabinet that can occupy a lot of space, since your fathers can’t throw it away because of sentimental value. Give it a second life.
Make it something useful by slumping it.
Prepare a healthy snack.
You can treat your dad to a healthy snacks after a fun-filled day. Serve a flavorful bowl of batchoy.
When we speak of batchoy, we automatically think of the La Paz batchoy of Iloilo: a delicious concoction of pork, pig innards, noodles, and spice, all brought together into one delectably piping hot soup, perfect for warming up cold, rainy days. This noodle soup is not your typical batchoy, it’s vegan!
Happy father’s day to all dads and father-figures!
What do you plan to give your dad this Father’s Day? After receiving your gift, what was his reaction? Let us know about it!