We Know What Your Dad Wants!
It’s going to be hard to accept this but some fathers are tired of receiving the same ol’ gift year after year. Those traditional gifts like socks, ties, and wallets are definitely classics but luckily for you, those tried and true oldies are out and unique gifts are all the rage now -- they’re very fetch!
Dads seem to get stuck in this loop of receiving janky repetitive gifts that usually pale in comparison to the gifts that mothers receive. However, that doesn’t mean it’s too late for a change. This Father’s Day, (Sunday, June 21st), is the perfect time to combine some of your gift ideas and create a gift basket for your dad.
Fun fact: In the U.S., Father’s Day was first celebrated in Spokane, Washington on June 19, 1910. Sonara Smart Dodd wanted to honor her father because of how he raised her and her five siblings when her mother died during childbirth. (Source: CNN)
Punny Papas 💚 Plants!
It is hard for some people to think about purchasing flowers or other types of plants as a gift for their dad or father figure. It’s unfortunate that this idea exists because greenery is known to positively affect mental health! Anyone can benefit from the serenity that plant care brings into their life.
Moss balls, also known as marimo, are ideal for those who don’t want the hassle of dealing with a traditional pet because they require little to no care and you don’t need to feed them! One of the best things about getting your dad a moss ball pet is the number of dad jokes that can be used, here are some of our favorites (Source: Thought Catalog | Maria Monrovia):
What kind of flowers bloom on your face?
- Tulips! (Do you get it? Two lips?)
What do plants do when they first meet each other?
- They in-tree-duce themselves!
How do plants practice self-care?
- They try to weed out unnecessary drama!
Now is the time to wow your father with luck for life. If you’d really like to maximize the mental health-boosting properties of plants, you could give your parent a trio of plants including a moss ball pet, an aloe vera plant, and another variety of potted plants.
Take this gift idea a step further by pairing it with a pair of cozy socks or a mug, and a homemade card that says, ‘Aloe you very much!’.
Fun fact: You can get a 15% discount on your Father's Day gift by using promo code: DADSRULE when ordering your Moss Ball Pets.*
Moss Ball Pets: For the Dad Who Has Everything
Are you still on the hunt for a fantastic gift for a wonderful father? If so, don’t worry about it any longer, a moss ball is the best choice for a fantastic Father’s Day gift!
Moss Ball Pets are symbols of long-lasting love and there are many reasons they benefit those that receive a plushy zany moss ball. It would be a lovely gift for that person who has everything or who never wants a gift.
Reminder: You can get a 15% discount on your Father's Day gift by using promo code: DADSRULE when ordering your Moss Ball Pets.*
Currently, many people are not able to visit their loved ones due to COVID-19, but you don’t need to personally deliver your gift to make your father smile on a day that’s meant to celebrate all loving dads.
No matter what you decide to give, it’ll be appreciated because of the thought that was put into it. Are you ready to start a new gift-giving trend?
Fun fact: Halsey Taylor invented the drinking fountain in 1912 as a tribute to his father, who succumbed to typhoid fever after drinking from a contaminated public water supply in 1896. Now that’s a unique gift for a father! (Source: Mental Floss | Mangesh Hattikudur & Jason English )
*Order by Monday, June 15th to guarantee arrival in time for Father's Day!
Author: Tierra C. Watkins
Tierra C. Watkins is a freelance content creator and the CEO of Watkins Writing. She has been the lead writer for Moss Ball Pets since 2017. Tierra is currently attaining her Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Independence University. She focuses on using her writing to highlight the unique aspects of authentic products or services so that small businesses can thrive. Follow her on Twitter @tierra_watkins or LinkedIn.