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Thoughtful Ideas for Father’s Day!

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This post was sponsored by Melt: Massage for Couples. All opinions expressed are my own.

Father’s Day is in less than two days for many countries around the world. Have you figured out what you and the kids are getting your partner yet? If you’re like me, you may be a bit of a last minute person. I never intentionally put my husband’s gifts on the backburner. But when you’re in the Mommy Trenches day in and day out, like I am, your focus tends to be on the kids and the household above all else. Recently, my husband and I decided to do a bit of a reset in our marriage. I came to the realisation that I had let him slip off of my priority list. And so, my Father’s Day to him this year is one that includes our kids and really pampers him.  Melt: Massages for Couples is a wonderful way to learn how to give your partner a 5-minute back rub, a 15-minute back rub, and a half hour massage. Their online video tutorials are tasteful, beautifully done, and easy-to-follow. The result is sure to leave Dad feeling wonderful Just for Father’s Day, they are offering a free printable for your children to cut out, hide around the house and for Dad to find throughout the day (hinting at his gift). They’re also offering a complimentary foot rub massage tutorial just for Father’s Day!

Click the icon below to access the free printable from Melt and purchase your Father’s Day package!

Thoughtful Father's Day Ideas, purchase Melt video package

If you’re looking for some other Father’s Day ideas that your kids can be involved in, be sure to check out my Pinterest board below.

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