This is NOT my usual MO!
It is Father’s Day on Sunday, and my daughter is of the age where she can understand gratitude. It is for this reason that I scrapped the craft for the lesson, and crafted and made a Father’s Day Gift with her.
Most of us with toddlers know THEY ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS! All through the craft making, we were talking about the importance of saying thank you to someone that does something for you, and going out of your way to show them appreciation.
A very important question came up: “Why can’t we buy Daddy something?”. And to this my dear friends, I say a handcrafted gift, well-thought-through and sentimental will always be more valuable than ANY gift one could buy at the shops!
I call my Hero: DAD!
My best memories with Dad
We all love you, Dad!
Father’s Day gifts for my daddy in Heaven
The Father’s Day crafts that are coming next are really close to my heart.
It dawned on me that while so many children are having fun preparing crafts and cards for their dads, there are children that are mourning the loss of their fathers!
These crafts are for those children that have fathers that are gone but not forgotten!
This will be my first Father’s Day without my daddy, so making these crafts was extremely tough. I will admit that it was strangely very healing to do.