9 June, 2020

Free & Low Cost Fathers Day Treats If You’re On A Budget

It’s Father’s Day in the UK on Sunday 20th June and you may be rushing around trying to find something suitable for the kids to give to their dad. Let’s be honest, it usually falls to us mums to sort these things out, doesn’t it?

Dads all have their own unique personality, don’t they?

But what do you do if you are strapped for cash? For many of us, it’s an expenditure we can do without.

It is possible to celebrate the day without spending money and by involving our kids we can help them to understand that the true reason behind the day is to show their dad how much he means to them.

For some, Father’s Day is fraught with potential difficulties if, for example, parents are separated or divorced.  For others, Father’s Day will be spent in quiet reflection thinking about the dad who is no longer with them.

The ritual of these annual celebrations is often emotionally, as well as financially challenging.

But if you are all going to be under one roof for the day, here are some ideas you might want to try, depending on the ages of your kids of course.

Low or No Cost Gift Ideas For Fathers Day

The dynamic duo have a number of cunning plans for Father’s Day apparently

No matter how you choose to acknowledge the day, the most important thing is to spend time together.

These days we are all so strapped for time, Fathers Day is a great opportunity to make some special memories.

And it doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

2 responses to “Free & Low Cost Fathers Day Treats If You’re On A Budget”

  1. Kristine Nicole Alessandra says:

    These ideas just go to show that you don’t have to spend so much to have a meaningful, fun filled Father’s Day celebration. I am going to bake him his favorite chocolate cake, and also make some buffalo wings. To make him truly happy, I will share the TV remote with him. Haha.

  2. Jennifer says:

    For us, Father’s day was never a grand occasion. Just making breakfast would usually do. I remember one day I went out and bought my father a pack of cigarettes. Weird times when you could buy these as a child without anyone batting an eye

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