A few days before Father’s Day, our son already prepared his Father’s Day card for his Dad that he personally made with the help of his Ate (his yaya).
First, he drew a male figure, which represented his Dad. Then he asked his Ate to cut the figure into smaller pieces, which they had to put back together using a—would you believe—a packing tape! That’s because they ran out of glue already. He then colored his Dad’s shirt and pants yellow and put hair, eyes, nose and lips on his Dad’s face. Then, he wrote: “Happy Father’s Day, Daddy. My Dear Daddy. I Love You Daddy.” As you can see, they used recycled papers for this card.
The day before Father’s Day was our mall day, and I bought hubby this stainless steel ID bracelet from EMO. They have a branch in SM Megamall. He’s been wearing this to the office every day since I gave it to him.
I still don’t have a Father’s Day gift for my Tatay. Since he loves looking at the stars, I thought Bushnell binoculars would be perfect for him!
On Father’s Day itself, we have a double Father’s Day celebration at Teriyaki Boy at Robinsons Galleria courtesy of my younger sister Meann. There are two dads in the picture: my father and my husband. We loved everything we ordered. See food details of this celebration here.
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