PrAACtical Reflections About Father’s Day
We have so much fun preparing for Father’s Day. We make it a celebration weekend with lots of homemade gifts, family activities, and reflections on past memories and future plans. We really love all of our children’s home-made crafts, especially those that include photos . We also think hearing a child say “I love You” is another great gift. And finally with enough time left to prepare, we think a heartfelt letter, essay, or poem directed to ‘dad’ would be amazing. Here is some eloquent inspiration.
- One Father’s Perspective by Robert Rummel-Hudson, author of Schuyler’s Monster: A Father’s Journey with His Wordless Daughter
- Fathers Day with Autism: Rethinking the Cool Dad by Joel Yanofsky author of Bad Animals: A Father’s Accidental Education in Autism.
- Love That Max by Ellen Seidman, author of Love That Max
- Happy Father’s Day to A Special Needs Dad by guest blogger Karen Wang, Friendship Circle Parent
- Father’s Day interview with Buzz Bissinger, author of Father’s Day
- The Force, collection of Father’s Day poems
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
This post was written by Robin Parker