Last week, Syd and I were walking round the Trafford Centre looking for ideas for Father’s Day presents. Syd spent a lot of time looking in shop windows and asking if her Dad would like this or that.
Shopping for Father’s Day presents
The first store we visited had a large range of bath bombs. So of course, her Daddy “Needed” the Pink unicorn one…! He definitely didn’t want the manly smelling one.
We stopped for lunch at this point, and Syd was introduced to the all you can eat Pizza Buffet. Syd didn’t get any gift ideas while we were in there, but she did decide she wants to go again for her birthday. While she was filling her face with ice cream, I found this cool American site which was packed with gift ideas for gardeners too. You can always have a browse if you want to see more, but I loved the Vertical Zen Garden idea. It would look fab in Hubby’s office.
Next, I suggested Syd get him some new slippers as the dogs ate his recently, but she said slippers are boring, and she veto’d that idea.
After visiting a few more shops, Sydney said her Dad is super hard to buy for. She declared that it was no good… We would just have to get him the 2 acres he kept asking for. I explained we didn’t have enough pennies to pay for that, so it was back to the drawing board.
Shopping for Father’s Day presents is hard!
After stopping for liquid refreshments, Syd decided that she needed more time to think about Father’s Day presents,. So it looks like I’ll have to endure another shopping trip between now and Father’s Day…!
That or I will be sourcing his gift(s) online. I found some fab gift ideas for gardeners when I read this post by gearwear. Why not click here to see more.
Finally, if all else fails, I’m sure hubby will still get a home-made card and a cheese omelette in bed on Father’s Day!
Have you got any great ideas for Father’s Day presents?
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