Tea for Father's Day gift is a great idea.So give your Super Dad the gift of a break. And it's for some truly amazing tea. You know what he likes best, and we have super gift ideas. The best mug, favorite flavor, smell, ingredient so this year it's not for socks, but for the perfect gift.... Even if your Dad prefers coffee, he still probably drinks tea sometimes. And if you insist on coffee, surprise - we have a tea with coffee husks added - Creativity.
SuperDad vs. SuperMomParents are the most important thing to children, at least in the first years of their lives. In their eyes they are superheroes, each in their own way. And their presence leaves a mark and has an impact on later life. Both mothers and fathers show their children the way of life with their everyday small actions. And that should be appreciated, shown gratitude and be a support in their old age.
And how did it all begin?
Mother's Day was established in 1907 in the United States, and Father's Day (informally) three years later, when celebrating moms their day proved successful. The first Father's Day celebration was held on June 19, 1910, in the town of Spokane, Washington, by the daughter of Civil War veteran William Smart. Sonora Dodd, who wanted to commemorate her father, after the death of her mother, raising her and her five younger siblings alone. Thus, she spearheaded the introduction of a holiday to honor the hardships of caring for a family and the contributions of all fathers. The event was local, and efforts to introduce it nationally did not take hold for several more decades. It wasn't until President Nixon officially established Father's Day in 1972.
What might you not know about Father's Day?That Father's Day is celebrated on different dates around the world:
in Italy, Portugal and Spain it is March 19,
in Lithuania, the first Sunday in June,
in Australia, the second Sunday in June,
in Germany it is Ascension Day, which is the 39th day after Easter Sunday,
in Scandinavian countries on the second Sunday in November, but in Denmark on June 5.
and in Britain, Ukraine, Turkey, France it falls on the third Sunday in June.
Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)