Six Ways to Celebrate Dad’s First Father’s Day

If you have a new dad in your life, hurray! It’s a big deal, becoming a father.

You might be wondering how to celebrate this milestone and Father’s Day (which is June 17, 2018) is just around the corner. What better day to honor the new dad in your life than with something special on this holiday?

To that end, we are sharing six ways to celebrate dad on his first Father’s Day. Read on:

Picture This

What better way to let dad brag a bit about his new bundle of joy than a nice photo gift? There are tons of photo gift options out there, from coffee mugs to key chains, so get creative. Find the best pic you have of dad and his little one and get him something he’ll treasure for years.

Matching shirts

There are so many cute and funny matching shirt ideas floating around the Internet these days, so why not jump on the trend and get one for the new dad and baby in your life? There are matching shirts for sports fans, Star Wars geeks, book lovers and more.

The new dad in your life with love matching with his pride and joy.

Family hike

If you have a baby carrier or stroller, why not load up the family and take a nice, Father’s Day hike? It’ll do everyone some good to get fresh air and exercise and hopefully, the baby will snooze and you can spend one-on-one time with the new dad in your life.

Baby bag

If the new dad in your life is super hands on, getting him his own fully stocked diaper bag or backpack is a thoughtful gift. He’ll have his own supplies for taking baby out and about and won’t have to ask mom for help. Win win!


If the new dad in your life has been pulling late night baby duty, let him take a nice long nap on Father’s Day. He’ll really appreciate it and hopefully, repay the favor later!

Date night

Sometimes, it can be hard for new dads to get alone time with their partners, so scheduling a date night can be a thoughtful gift for Father’s Day. Arrange for babysitting and plan an evening out.

Everything Birth

At Everything Birth, we are wishing all the new (and seasoned) dads a very Happy Father’s Day!

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