Allergy-Free Guide on Father's Day
It’s the time of the year again to celebrate Father’s Day. On this day, we are giving all the praise and tribute to our dads who serve as the foundation and protector of the family. Today, let’s do something special for them and return the good deeds that they have given us even in the most simplest things.
Does your dad have an allergy?
We consider our dads as our personal heroes, but heroes have flaws too, something that prevents him from doing fun things with you. Like say, allergies. That's where his sidekicks could come in to help (yeah, that's us, his kids). Before anything else, make sure that your home is safe and free of allergens. Always make sure to clean your house, so that bonding moments with dad are surely clean, hassle-free and fun. He is not getting any younger, he often catches colds and cough easily due to his allergy. Our homes should be the safest place to go to in times of danger and uncertainty.
You can also buy over-the-counter medicines for your dad to make sure that everything will go smoothly. If there is a prescription drug from his doctor, then it will be easy for you to provide his needs.
Dining out with dad
If you plan to treat your dad for a lunch or dinner out, make sure that you choose a healthy meal, or a restaurant that caters to people with allergies. If your dad has allergies, be sure to take note of the things he is and he is not allowed to eat or even get exposed to. Also, check if the restaurant of your choice has the right level of temperature for your dad’s comfort.
Gifts for dad
Buying him a gift is one of the most common ways to show your love. Normally you can buy whatever you want as long as he likes it; but because your dad has allergies, you should be extra careful. You can search for allergy-free products online: it can be a nice undershirt, a nice pair of socks, or hypoallergenic lounge shorts, depending on his daily activities. Always choose organic products. You can be assured that they are safe and affordable.
There are so many ways to show how grateful we are for the things our dads have done for us. There is no limitation for the term “father." It could be your real dad, your mom who plays both roles, your grandfather who has raised you, your uncle, or a stranger who adopted you and cares for you until now. It is worth sharing that your mom and dad loves you and you love them back. Don’t limit yourself in showing how thankful you are, not just every Father’s Day or Mother’s Day, because they deserve to be loved everyday.
Sooner or later, we’ll become parents, and it will be the greatest profession we can achieve. Always be proud of your and dad, because he went through a lot of hardships just to provide your wants and needs.
From Cottonique, Happy Father’s Day and enjoy your time with your family!