By peoplestaff225
Updated December 28, 2007 02:00 PM
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The holiday season isn’t over yet and we think the new year is as good a time as any to give Dad a gift. Here are some things we think he would to receive.

Slings were once a "mom thing" but that stigma is changing. We’ve beenspotting more and more men opt for this way of toting their tots aroundand it makes us beam with pride. The Peanut Shell Sling (used by Brooke Shields and and Marcia Cross) offers three basic slings that come in larger sizes and in male-friendly styles like solid cotton and microfleece. Give the Dad or Grandpa in your life an extra pair of hands.

The iPhone was the coolest product out, but it has been replaced by the iPod Touch,get most of the cool features of the iPhone without the nuisance of amonthly phone bill (and questionable carrier service) with the iPodTouch. Keep your old cell phone and let your music be your guide, witha 3.5-inch widescreen display and wi-fi browsing, you’re pretty muchcomplete. And don’t even get us started on the super-cool touchscreen!

Give him the gift of the ULTIMATE shave with the Jack Black Pure Performance Luxury Shave Set.Packed in the box are Pure Performance Shave Brush, a 8 oz SupremeCream Triple Cushion Shave Lather, and a Premium Turkish Shave Towel.The kids will love cuddling close to their Daddy when his pricklystubble is all gone. (Free shipping at SkinStore.com.)

Diaper bags have become beautiful and stylish and men everywhere aregroaning. He really doesn’t want to lug around your pretty (and GIRLY)diaper bag when he’s on Dad Duty. So give him a bag like Skip Hop’s Expo in Canvas-Blue Camo that speaks to him! The rugged camo print is manly and yet stylish enough that Mom might even want to use it.

Help him find his way back home easily with a GPS device like the Garmin nüvi 660 Pocket Vehicle GPS Navigator

.Each model comes with it’s own bells and whistles but we like that thisone has a super-bright, 4.3-inch widescreen and integrated Bluetoothwireless technology with a mic and speaker lets you make hands-freemobile phone calls. He is sure to be WOWed when he opens this present. And maybe he can find his way to the local store to hook you up with something nice, too!

If your man is a gamer, you’re likely to already know all about Halo 3.If your man has been holding out on buying the game though, this gamewill buy you major brownie points. Just make sure he plays it when thelittle ones are in bed, as it’s rated M (Mature 17 or Older)!