My husband is always wearing an apron when he cooks. So, I thought I would include a few different types. This is a more refined style and can be used by both a husband and a wife.
My son bought this apron last year for his dad, isn’t it hilarious? It is all outfitted with ton of holders for BBQ tools as well as many pockets for spices and other tools. Both my son and husband love this apron and it has gotten a ton of use since they both love to cook!
My husband is an avid fly fisherman. These pillows would go quite nicely in his home office. He actually has a fun shirt with a similar trout pattern. He wears it to work the day before his vacation.
Our family loves croquet. We played a round on our trip to France. The Provence house that we stayed in had a nice set. My son and husband get pretty competitive with this game.
Who wouldn’t love a hammock. This one is self-contained so you don’t even need to attach it to two trees. Plus the material is so pretty and is the durable Sunbrella!
We actually might order this speaker for my husband. He is kind of obsessed with playing music from his phone. This speaker has bluetooth capabilities, and has clear and full audio sound. I love our surround sound Bose indoor speakers, so I would imagine this one carries the same quality. On Amazon it got great reviews, almost five stars with over 2,000 reviews. That is enough to convince me to buy this specific product.
This wonderful looking hat is made of palm fibers. The rim has a pleated band with a coconut shell button. Such a casual but handsome looking hat that I’m sure my husband would love.
This knife is designed by the Iron Chef Morimoto. These knives are manufactured in Japan and boast authentic Japanese blades.My family gave me two of these knives for Mother’s Day, and I love them. They are amazingly sharp and make meal prep so easy. There is a tradition that you need to acknowledge when giving a knife as a gift. According to folklore, a knife given as a gift will sever the love or friendship between giver and recipient. Therefore, a penny should be given along with the knife so the recipient can return the penny to the giver… thus “buying” the knife and protecting the relationship. This tradition is called, “Friendship Penny.” And yes, I received a penny from both of my children! Once you own one of these knives, you’ll be hooked with their amazing ability to cut through most everything with ease.
So, Happy Father’s Day and I hope you enjoyed this post. Are you doing anything special to celebrate the day? Any fun activities or gifts?