51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates (eBook)

51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates is an eBook by Ashley Pichea. I grabbed at the chance to get a copy of this to review. Earlier in the year we had checked out a book from the library called Daddy Adventure Day. The girls loved it and wanted to have their own Daddy Adventure Day (as well as Mommy Adventure Day). I love that this eBook gives fathers a ton of ideas on what to do with their daughters. One-on-one time is sometimes missing since we always try to do things together as a family whenever Norm is home. It would be great for him to have a chance to bond with both our girls separately. It does happen, but I would love it to be a regular thing. We’ve all heard the stats on how a positive relationship with Dad is beneficial for everyone, so I’ll skip that part. 🙂

In her eBook, Ashley divides the dates into categories based on cost. If it is not in your budget to do expensive outings, there is also a section with ideas for free activities, which is great if you plan to do the dates often. Some of the activities are things that we’ve already thought about, it is so nice to have some kind of list to work off of, a checklist of sorts.

This would be a great gift for father’s day, and with summer coming up, there should be plenty of opportunities for some father-daughter dates, or Daddy Adventure Days as we like to call them around here. 🙂

You can click here to buy 51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates for only $2.99.

– Joyce

P.S. I’m sure there are ideas in this eBook that can be changed to Mommy and Son, or even any other combo of relationships…even Uncles and Nieces, Grandpa and Granddaughters?

Disclosure thingie….I was given a free copy of 51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates to review. All opinions are my own. There are affiliate links in this post.

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