Shout out to all the motivating, one-of-a-kind, loving and caring Dads who are our heroes!
Wish you could celebrate and treat your dad how he deserves? Well you can! Celebrating in isolation is on trend (*very 2020*), so we’re telling you some special ways you can make your Dad feel nothing but super special from the comfort of your home or via good old zoom!
First up, why not chuck on your chef’s hat this Father’s Day for a feast Dad won’t forget. Whether you whip up some pancakes for breakfast, eggs for brunch, burgers for lunch or steak for dinner, you’ll hear him boasting about your cooking skills for years to come! And if you’re not physically together this Fathers Day, organise some food drop-off and share a meal via zoom!
We know you all love a themed night as much as us, and your Dad will too! Gather all your games (or better yet add to your collection and invent your own) and host an old fashioned games night. From poker to monopoly and jenga, organise a prize for the winner and get gaming!
With COVID-19 impacting live events and the entertainment industry, why not get creative and bring the entertainment to you! Does your Dad love Kevin Hart, Ricky Gervais, Dave Chapelle or Russell Peters? Laugh until you cry in the comfort of your own home as you watch some world famous comedians say some better versions of Dad jokes! Or better yet, if you had tickets to a concert, bring the music to you and stream some ultimate throwbacks including Queen, Michael Jackson and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers!
Make Dad’s sweet tooth even sweeter by baking up some brilliant deserts you know he’ll love! From brownies, vanilla slices, cake and cookies, head to taste.com.au and create Dad a gift box full of his faves. Add some choccies, tissue paper and of course a heartfelt card and he’ll be in his element!
If your Dad is a devout AFL fan but is devastated he can’t watch his team live this season, bring the game to him! Host an AFL themed Fathers Day and make your household look like your team’s sanctuary. Stream some old (winning of course) games, organise some party pies and sausage rolls for lunch, and have your team’s theme song on loud speaker and pretend they just won the grand final!
Don’t forget to tag @YourDUSA on FB and Insta to show us how you’re celebrating Father’s Day this year with your 2020, together or not!