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Celebrate Fathers' Day & Enter to Win $100 to Amazon in the #SheSpeaksDad Giveaway

Celebrate Fathers' Day & Enter to Win $100 to Amazon in the #SheSpeaksDad Giveaway

Last month, we celebrated all the amazing reasons that moms deserve to be pampered. Now it's time to honor dad!

Whether it's your own father or grandfather, your husband or boyfriend, your son who is now a father, or a dad-friend, what is something great that a father you know has done?

Check out some wonderful things that fathers in our lives have done. Then enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card to spend on your favorite dad (or keep it for yourself - we won't tell!)

Dads are there when you need them

When my dad was deployed overseas he found out he was able to take a quick trip home for Thanksgiving. He flew 23 hours just to be with us for one day, and then flew 23 hours back. He now lives across the country and if I ever need him, he doesn’t hesitate to drop everything and hop on a plane. - Melissa

 

 

Grandpas go above and beyond

My grandfather helped me buy my first car when I was 17 and always changed my oil and helped maintain the car for me. I liked spending that time with him and to a 17-year-old with her first car, it meant a lot to me! - Stephanie

Husbands show the love

My husband, Drew, has been drawing some cartoons of my daughter Franny occasionally - and posts them on the Instagram page he created for her called frannypancakes. She loves seeing the drawings of herself and it's really sweet for me to remember some of our funny moments with her. - Emily

What's something wonderful a dad in your life has done (it can be big or small!)? Enter for the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card!

 

#SheSpeaksDad Giveaway

*One lucky constestant will be chosen at random to receive a $100 Amazon gift card. Giveaway is open through July 7th, 2019 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

 

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  • skasbaum By skasbaum
    06.12.19  

    By being supportive, I always feel like he has my back, he's taking care of me, what a wonderful feeling.

  • Naffy786 By Naffy786
    06.12.19  

    He has been supportive in more than just superficial things like money.

  • sandysandmeyer By sandysandmeyer
    06.12.19  

    Being an only child was really cool with my dad. He taught me how to do things that dads traditionally teach their sons. So, we build a back porch, changed a fuel pump, did a tune up, went on a fishing vacation, and so much more. I love my daddy!

  • tmaadman By tmaadman
    06.12.19  

    Just spend time with your parents, your father needs time with his kids.

  • Prabkaur By Prabkaur
    06.12.19  

    My dad sacrificed his career as he rejected his job in other country because he wanted to stay with us.

  • LarryBug By LarryBug
    06.12.19  

    I miss my dad, who has been gone almost 20 years. He truly showed unconditional love to me and my brother.

  • nooneyouknow By nooneyouknow
    06.12.19  

    I've had a rough year and my Dad has been amazingly supportive. We're closer now than we've ever been and I am so grateful.

  • Delslady By Delslady
    06.12.19  

    By being my rock and pushing me to better myself everyday.

  • shoppingnut505 By shoppingnut505
    06.12.19  

    My dad taught me how to Polka! He loved to Polka and he to do a father daughter dance with a Polka song when I got married. I was very appreciative of him to take the time to show me how to Polka, and when my wedding came I was ready to Polka with my Dad!

  • Gayle1 By Gayle1
    06.12.19  

    My father when to all the school activities and parent conferences while mom was doing conference and school activities with other people children.

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