David Gottesman once rightly quoted “Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and fathering is a very important stage in their development.”
Fatherhood is a blessing that every man aspires to enjoy at some point in his life. The small bundle of joy that comes in the life of the new parents not only brings with it great pleasures, but also adds a new dimension and a new facet to their life. While mothers are always given special attention by one and all, fathers are mostly the unsung heroes of the families, who go unnoticed and unobserved. As such, a special occasion like Father’s Day gives every child just the right opportunity to express his/her gratitude and love that he/she holds for daddy dearest. Father’s Day is an occasion to honor all the sacrifices and the efforts that your dad had taken to make you what you are.
Father’s Day is mostly celebrated on the third Sunday of June every year, through the world. In 2010, the day becomes all the more special, as it would be celebrated for the 100th time; the first observance being on June 19, 1910. Father’s Day 2010 falls on the 20th of June. Make this day all the more special for your daddy by making him feel loved and cared for. You can resort to a lot of option to make Father’s Day a memorable day for your father. Right from serving him a delicious breakfast on the bed side to taking him out for a show or gifting him his favorite gadget, there are endless options to explore. Whatever you resort to, make sure your activities communicate the deep unsaid love and affection to your father, this Father’s Day.