4 Father’s Day Celebrations for Single Dads
05 Jun, 2018
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Are you or is someone you know raising a child on his own? If so, read on to find out the best ways to celebrate father’s day as a single dad.
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If you and your friends are dads raising your children by yourself, we’re sure you have a lot on your plate and you are probably thinking about skipping any father’s day celebration altogether. However, being a full-time dad doesn’t mean you have to be missing out on the Father’s Day festivity, au contraire, it should be a reason to celebrate big.
1. If you have someone with whom you can leave your children safely for a few hours, you could spend a nice Father’s day celebrating with your friends at your favorite bar, playing pool or throwing darts, drinking your favorite beer or cocktails and catching up with your old friends. After all, you’re not just a dad and Father’s Day can be a reminder of that as good as any.
2. For those who can actually entrust their children to someone else for a little longer and assuming that your best friends are in a similar situation, you can plan a weekend getaway to a place where you can practice your favorite sports, eat your favorite food, dive into your hobbies and enjoying yourself. Putting aside the duties of fatherhood for a couple of days can help you recharge so you can come back to your routine with twice the energy.
3. If, on the other hand, you can’t or won’t leave your children alone with someone else, you can plan activities with them. Let’s not forget that if it wasn’t for your children, you wouldn’t be a dad. Organize a movie marathon you can share with them and perhaps even some other friends with children. You can seize the opportunity to indulge eating your favorite snacks and bond over your movie selection.
4. Go out and play with your children. Whether you go to a laser tag arena or to an arcade, or whether you stay at home, playing video games or baseball in the backyard. Playing with your kids is a great way to celebrate Father’s day. You can seize the opportunity to bond with your children, stay active and enjoy yourself in the process.
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