Father's Day is right around the corner! It always sneaks up on me, and I'm always scrambling at the last-minute. My husband isn't easy to buy for, which is the same thing he says about me. (Though I totally disagree with him on that point.)
This year, when thinking of a gift for Dad--whether it's a gift from the kids to your husband, or to your own dad--think about that person, and what he likes and doesn't like. Don't buy him a grill if he hates meat, or dining outside. (Of course, if he wants a grill you're in luck because they're usually on sale at this time of year.) Maybe go with a Panini maker if he likes sandwiches, or a slow-cooker for great tasting pulled pork and chili. Does he like coffee? Maybe try the Keurig K-cup coffee system. Or if he already has that, get him a bunch of coffee k-cups in his favorite flavor and a new travel mug.
If he's handy around the house, consider tools. Yes, it's cliché, but he might really want that cordless drill, and if it helps him hang those hooks you've been bugging him about, that's a win-win.
And of course, the sentimental, non-store gifts are thoughtful, too. A photo of the kids, grandkids, or whomever will always make his day.
What are you doing for Father's Day this year?