Speak his love language this Father’s Day

Father’s Day seems to be less complicated than Mother’s Day – at least in my little world. Most fathers I know are happy with a couple hand-made cards from their kids and maybe a tie and a nice meal. But some fathers have more specific hopes and needs.

My father requests a poem from each of his children and grandchildren on Father’s Day (I’m wondering if I could start recycling some of my poems – maybe he wouldn’t notice…).

My friend’s father really likes a whole day of fun activities with his grandkids the Saturday before Father’s Day.

Another friend’s husband gets annoyed when she buys him things because they’re on a tight budget and he “really doesn’t need anything at all” but loves simple handmade gifts from his children.

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