Father’s Day is coming up this weekend. COVID-19 cases have spiked here in Houston, so we plan to celebrate at home. If you are planning to do the same, here are some quarantine Father’s Day gift ideas. Affiliate links below.
Gifts for the Sporty Dad
Let you dad, or your kids’ dad, relive his college days with a shirt from his alma mater. While you’re at it, complete the outfit with a pair of shorts and tennis shoes. If your dad is a golfer and can’t get to the greens, this chip shot practice tent is a good option.
Gifts for the Well Groomed Dad
While under quarantine, my husband decided to grow a beard and his hair. He just got his hair cut, but the beard is going strong. Gift ideas for those who like the beard and need to keep it in shape, and a shaving kit for those who don’t. I also read amazing reviews for Dior Sauvage Cologne (affiliate link), so I’m sharing a link below as well.
Tech Gifts for Dad
Gifts for dads who love technology below. The Fitbit Charge (affiliate link) is great to encourage dads to get moving, even if they’re stuck inside these days. Texans fans will love this card holder and power bank set. It’s also sold for other NFL teams.
Clothes for the Stylish Dad
These styles are perfect dads at home – whether it’s working at home, or finally retired! Comfortable enough to lounge around the house, but appropriate to step out of the house to get groceries.
Gift for the Foodie Dad
These are gifts for dads who love food, whether it is to prepare it, or eat it. We have an air fryer and an Instant Pot (which my husband loves), but this 2 in 1 serves the function of both and saves you the space. For dads who have a sweet tooth, send them this box of desserts and a portion of your purchase goes towards feeding the hungry.
My Gift to My Dad This Year
My dad passed away seven years ago of pancreatic cancer. He was a very simple man who asked very little of those around him, despite giving us so much. Whenever we would ask him what he wanted for Father’s Day, he would say ‘Just a hug and a kiss’. It breaks my heart every year that I cannot do that, but I plan to make a donation in his honor to one of the organizations that are helping during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you feel like the quarantine Father’s Day gift ideas above won’t do justice to your dad, a donation to an organization close to his heart is just as meaningful.