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Celebrate Father's Day
Father’s Day is a holiday that has gotten the shaft for many years. It was created well after Mother’s Day, not even thought of until 1909. Back then, a woman who had lost her father thought a day should be set aside to celebrate male parents as well.
But even after initial efforts had been made, it took a while to catch on. It was not fully recognized until 1924 when President Coolidge approved it as a national holiday.
It seems that today Father’s Day is still not as popular as Mother’s Day, but that shouldn’t stop you from taking the day to let your dad know how much you care.
Father’s Day can be celebrated in a variety of ways. If you’re not sure how to honor your father on this special day, Moms Who Think has some great ideas. A day that revolves around a barbecue and some much needed R&R will be perfect for any father. Our articles tell you what you need to do to make Father’s Day a day he is sure to enjoy.
We also have suggestions for gifts that are fun and simple, and you know he will use and appreciate.
Father’s Day may not be the most popular holiday in the world, but it is a good opportunity to let your dad know how much you love him. Plan a special day to tell him how much you care and make this Father’s Day the most special one of all.