It's Father's Day
It's Father's Day on 19th June 2011, and we've found quirky presents, places to go and things to do over the weekend. Alternatively get the kids to make a handmade card and tell him they love him. You can't get much better than that.
Resist, Revolt and Rebel
Events in the Middle East are nothing compared with a toddler on the edge of a tantrum. From the fashion gurus at Brixton based www.stardustkids.co.uk these t-shirts are more what you’re thinking about. 0-12yrs £14.99
Although you shouldn’t get these ones wet, and nor would you with such precious messages engraved on the silver, these Classic ID Homme bracelets from Chambers & Beau are a super cool present for a proud father. £47.50
Brad Pitt and Matt Damon have both been snapped with this baby bag about town. Roomy enough for all the baby clobber plus a laptop notebook. Made from leather with detachable key clip and padded changing mat. Jamie Espresso Storksak bag. £130
Safe to say that many wont have the budget for the super-chic Vilebrequin shorts at £100+, although we love this opulent elephant print from their summer 2011 collection. So in keeping with the animal theme click over to www.trotters.co.uk for quick-drying swimwear with monkeys or elephants. 3mths-11yrs. £24.99
Dad’s in charge
Well, Dad probably just wants a lie-in on Father's Day. My Daddy Cooks, written by stay-at-home dad and serial video-blogger, Nick Coffer, demonstrates what you can concoct from the “tiniest kitchen with the chaotic and messy intervention of a toddler”. If that sounds familiar, then dip into these recipes for regular family meals with a twist, that can be cooked in one oven with little preparation time.
Shrek The Musical open's in London's Theatre Royal in Drury Lane on 13th June 2011. Starring Amanda Holden as Princess Fiona and Nigel Lindsay as Shrek, book the babysitter and treat dad to a night out.
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