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5 wonderful gifts for dad under $150


Father's Day is this weekend! This day is so much fun because we get to honor our dads. We show them how much we love them with spending quality time and my favorite EATING BBQ! It's almost another Thanksgiving for us here at the Kiengkham house. This is Souwan's 2nd year celebrating Father's Day with Haylee. We're going to try to do some fishing at the lake near our house and have a nice cook out in our back yard. The bad news is the weatherman is calling for rain all weekend. I hope it doesn't rain on our spectacular plans for Father's Day! If you're looking for some last minute gifts or just looking for a gift idea for your special dad here are some terrific ideas.

1. A framed photo. Souwan loves photos of him and Haylee. We have them in our living room, in his office at work and in Haylee's room.

2. Tools. If your guy is a handy man, Harbor Freight and Lowe's are like a candy store! You could even buy a nice tool rack or box for the garage. Add a wrench, hammer or screwdriver to it.

3. A card. For me, a card is not outdated, but sentimental! I always love getting and giving cards for every occasion. You could even get the kids to write or draw sweet things in it.

4. A Sports hat. My dad, father-in-law and husband always love to wear hats. Anytime I get a chance to buy a hat at a souvenir shop or while I'm traveling, I do it! It's perfect to give on Father's Day.

5. A coffee mug from a destination. We love coffee mugs here at the Kiengkham home. A cup of coffee is what we love to have every morning before starting our day at work. A great mug from a cool destination like Tokyo would brighten your guy's day!


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