Father's Day for a Busy Family
That's a decision you and your husband can make together. If he's OK spending Father's Day seeing your kids in action, then you don't need to change anything. But if that's not his idea of a Father's Day, then by all means, do whatever it is he wants. Just make sure that he's not just saying what he thinks you and the kids want to hear. There's no reason he should be made to feel like the bad guy for wanting a little attention on Father's Day.
I'd like to think that Mother's Day and Father's Day are at least two days of the year where the family truly revolves around the one parent, in any way they want. So much of our time during the year is spent taking our kids from activity to activity and focusing on their needs, but on these two days it is all about us. Two days to 363. That seems about fair, right?
Just keep in mind that the idea of Father's Day is to appreciate all of the special things that fathers do every day of the year. So make sure your hubby doesn't feel slighted on Father's Day. Who knows? Watching his kids play baseball might be the ideal way for him to celebrate Father's Day!