There is nothing that makes a mom happier than parenting alongside a great dad. And nothing makes a child happier than having one. Here are six ways to thank the outstanding dad in your life this Father’s Day:
1. Contour Roam Waterproof High Definition Helmet Camera, $199.99
The ContourROAM is the perfect hands-free camera for capturing active adventures in real time. Dad can stick it on his helmet while he cycles or on the jogging stroller so he can capture the morning run. It is tough and waterproof – built to withstand any environment.
2. How To Get Your Wife to Have Sex With You, $5.95 (Nook Book)
How to Get Your Wife to Have Sex With You. Sexologist Logan Levkoff calls her book, “the manifesto for understanding women.” Certainly Dad could use that.
3. Jack Robie Exploded Pastel Plaid Shirt, $115
Word has spread… Jack Robie is the best fitting men’s shirt in existence. This is the way to make him comfortable and stylish at the same time in fun yet classic colors.
4. Williams-Sonoma Dorset Cocktail Shaker, $109
What man couldn’t use a decadent glass cocktail shaker? Splurge on a hand blown shaker from Williams-Sonoma. This one is designed to catch and reflect light.
5. Yankee Candle Man Candles, $27.99
Man Candles. If your Dad has a sense of humor, this is the gift for him. One smells like saw dust, another like a mowed lawn. Silly and simple.
6. Casetagram Iphone Case, $34.95
The most personal custom iPhone case ever. Now Dad can show off his family in seconds without having to sort through the photos each time.
|Samantha Ettus is a bestselling author and media personality, passionate about coaching and advising working moms on their lifestyles. Samantha hosts a nationally syndicated radio show for working moms and is a contributor to ForbesWoman. She has published four books with Random House. Samantha has made over one thousand TV appearances and speaks regularly to working moms at conferences and corporations around the country. You can find her on Twitter at @SamanthaEttus or at http://www.samanthaettus.com/|
By Daniela Apeloig and Hattie MacAndrews