Sunday the 17th of June is Father's Day - when the nation says thank you to all the hardworking dads.
Being a dad is one of the hardest job in the world. Luckily it's also one of the most fun and rewarding!
Becoming a dad changes everything. You recognise the important things in life - career, house and family life. You'll feel different about all the little things too, and in the early days your clothes and hair take a back seat to nappies and prams.
When the chance comes it'll feel like a real treat to get a new cut or some fresh hair product.
So if you're a new dad why not ask for a trip to your local salon this Father's day? If the kids are a bit older and will sit still you could take them along too. Don't forget granddad - he might love to take his grand son or daughter for their first haircut and get a trim at the same time - just make sure he gets approval from mum!
If you're searching for other ideas for Father's day gifts then here's a few things which could help:
Home brew kits
Home brewing is great fun and can produce good results if care is taken. If your dad has space and time for this hobby it could be the perfect present. There are loads of different kits for every kind of beer and ale you can imagine - but do you research before you buy.
With an amazing Star Wars section opening this year, Legoland Windsor is the ideal day out for kids of all ages. It has an amazing Lego themed hotel too for an unforgettable trip.
Personalised gifts are always fun for Father's day - and a picture of dad and the kids on a coffee mug will go down well. There are some imaginative ones out there too. Imagine a phone cover with dad's name, in the style of a well-known lager brand - 'probably the best dad in the world'
Probably the greatest Father's Day Gift
If your dad likes to cook and is serious about barbecuing then a Weber is a must. Weber make stylish charcoal barbecues with air flow vents for slow or fast cooking. No excuse for burnt (or raw) chicken drumsticks again! Search Google for Weber to see the whole range and pick the right one for your dad.