Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you’re like me, I can never figure out what to get my dad. To make things worse, my husband is now a dad and I also have a father-in-law to buy for. That’s three father’s day gifts for three very different dads. I’m sure that I am not the only one that finds themselves in this predicament so I created a gift guide to cover all the different kinds of dads out there. 

For the New Dad

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Last year when I was pregnant, I bought my husband the parenting book Show Dad How. Not only is the book completely hilarious, but it also actually has some useful parenting tips for dads (and moms). This fully illustrated step-by-step guide is a great way to ease new dads into their parenting role with some laughs and also some good parenting insights.

For the Foodie Dad


It’s no secret I am a huge fan of HelloFresh (you can read my review here). For the dad that loves cooking, but hates grocery shopping, this is a fantastic gift. Bring out his inner Gordon Ramsey with three amazing recipes and all the ingredients delivered right to his doorstep.

For the Well Groomed Dad


I’ve shopped Harry’s before and have actually picked up the Limited Edition Father’s Day set for my own husband this year so I know this is a great gift for any guy that loves grooming products. The Father’s Day Set features the signature Harry’s Truman set with a new charcoal gray handle and also includes an engraveable razor stand. Everything comes packaged in a beautiful box so it’s all ready to go for Father’s Day.

For the Well Travelled Dad

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For the world traveller, Try the World box brings a bit of culture to your dad’s doorstep. Each box is specific to a country and is curated by a chef containing products, recipes and stories from that country’s culture. Try the World box is a fun and unique way to experience with world without even leaving the house!

For the Fashionista Dad

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Nothing says dad like a good pair of slippers, but for the dad that reads the pages of GQ, no ordinary slippers will do. These UGG suede slippers are fully lined with natural wool and have a rubber sole so they can be worn in and out the house.

For the Techie Dad

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The Tile Mate is a techie dad’s best friend. Okay, so it’s any parent’s best friend and here’s why. Compact and easy to attach to anything, Tile Mate goes wherever you go. Small, durable and lightweight, it’s perfect for attaching to keys, luggage, backpacks and more. Attach a Tile Mate to an item and locate it by sound when it’s close but out of sight. If you still can’t find your Tiled item, use the Tile app to see its last known location on a map, or leverage the Tile community to find it for you. You’ll never lose anything again! Order one for dad and Tile will throw in a free gift box.

For the Stressed Dad

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I tried out float therapy a few weeks ago and blogged about it here. For the dad that is constantly on the move, busy with work and other projects, a gift certificate to a place like Zee Float will allow him an hour or two to melt away the stresses of day-to-day life and come back restored and ready for whatever parenting throws at him!

Which kind of dad are you buying for?

Written by Tracey