KENNEWICK, Wash.- It looks like dads are getting more money spent on them this Father's Day.
According to the National Retail Federation, families are expected to spend eleven billion dollars on Father's Day this year.
That's a 13 percent jump over last year, and a record.
Father's we talked to weren't shy about dropping hints.
"Well I think I deserve an iPad 2 because I take my girls to gymnastics," says David Baker.
"Baby please I need more tools," says Joseph Patrick.
"iPad would be nice," says Javier Gutierrez.
Experts say 26 percent of spending for will go towards electronics that's up six percent from last year.