Father’s Day is almost here and this is a special time to celebrate the men in your life who play a fatherly role. Dads, stepdads, grandfathers and any other man who is a father figure to you can be celebrated and honored on this special day. A great way to do this is with the beautiful floral or plant design or a special gift basket with your dad in mind. The floral experts at Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist have some amazing designs and will love to share our treats with you at Father’s Day this year. Read More about Fun Florals For Father’s Day »
“The nature of fatherhood is that you’re doing something that you’re unqualified to do, and then you become qualified when you do it.”
Parenting is truly a task of trial-and-error, only mastered through experience. Any good father will tell you the only way to go from being a new, inexperienced father to being one with all the answers is to walk through it. Wisdom comes with experience and that is never more clear than in the role of a father. This year on June 17th, let your father know how much you appreciate the journey he’s walked to become the great dad he is today. Father’s Day is a favorite at Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist and we have everything you need to spoil dad this year. Read More about Great Dads Deserve Great Gifts »
There is no one in the world like your Dad. And although there are thousands of fathers in the Glendora area - and over 71 million across the United States - your Dad is absolutely one-of-a-kind. As June 18 approaches, the experts at Ron & Alicia Robinson Florist have some suggestions for Father's Day gifts that may be a bit unexpected, but are guaranteed to make him smile.
Did You Know? Father's Day is one of our country's newer holidays, having been instituted in 1966 by Lyndon Johnson. The woman who fought to make the day a holiday (Sonora Smart-Dodd) had been raised by a single father, and believed that he and others like him should have a day set aside to honor them - just like mothers did, Read More about Great Ideas for Father’s Day Gifts »