(BPT) - He was there when you rode your bike for the first time, got behind the wheel of a car and when you simply couldn't figure out algebra. Your dad has been there for you through the good and the bad and he's given you so much that you can't help but want to give back.
Thinking of taking in a movie with Dad on Father's Day? Whether you head to the theater or to the video rental store, here are some movies Dad might like.
As Father's Day nears, it's time to start shopping for dad. But before you pick out yet another tie, take a look at what your dad might really want this year. Time to relax: Your dad works hard all week, and likely spends most of his free-time helping the kids with homework, hobbies and driving them around from place-to-place. On Father's Day, give dad the day off. Give him some time to relax and let him choose how he wants to celebrate the day.
As Father's Day approaches, take a look at some wisdom provided by some of TV's most memorable dads: -- "The funniest is that we're supposed to hide the way we feel about people. Let me tell you, everybody wants to know that they are loved, or needed, or cared about. Anybody who doesn't want to know that has something wrong with them," Charles Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie.