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A Disney present for Dad
by Kerri (Brighton, UK)
“Hi Dad, my sister, my dad and I are planning a trip to Euro Disney in the new year and my dad’s birthday is coming up. AS a dad, are there any good Disney themed gifts that you can recommend, to perhaps tie into the trip? It would be a great help.”
Kerry, let me say first off, it’s great that you’re taking your dad to Walt Disney World. We finally went with the adult kids here a couple years ago and it was just great. We really enjoyed being with both of our kids and their spouses. It was just a great time. You going with dad, you’re going to build memories that dad will remember forever.
It’s really cool and getting something for his birthday, that’s another great idea. Something Disney for his birthday, something that’ll make him think about the upcoming trip, cool idea. Now as for me helping you figure out what to get for your dad, the really the one person you should look to for that, is …
Let me let my buddy Toby tell you… Take it away Toby.
You, you, you, you, you, you, you, you, you…
Kerry when it comes to your dad, and a gift for your dad for Christmas or for his birthday, I would recommend that you know what he likes. Does he like Mickey ties? I don’t know that. Does he like … “We wants the red head?” You know, what’s best for him? You know better than I do what he likes.
That’s why you should, you and your sister need to get together, have a little party to figure out what you’re going to get dad for the trip. It might be a book, it might be a book about going to Disneyland Paris. I’m sure there are.
It’s a great idea to get him a gift. I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful, but I don’t know your dad. You know, I know what I like, but I don’t know what he likes. For me, it’d be something sporty and Disney like what I have on and around my desk.
Dad’s Bottom Line
You know your dad. You know what to get your dad. That’s the bottom line. You get your dad what you think he needs, what he would like. What he would like.