National Son and Daughter Day
National Son and Daughter Day is celebrated on August 11 of every year. It is a day dedicated for the parents to show their love and appreciation for their children. The bond between the parents and child is a precious one in the world whether the sons and daughters are young or old, teenagers or toddlers. Hence, National Son and Daughter Day is a perfect day for the parents to spend the entire day with their children.
“As a parent, it’s my responsibility to equip my child to do this – to grieve when grief is necessary and to realize that life is still profoundly beautiful and worth living despite the fact that we inevitably lose one another and that life ends, and we don’t know what happens after death.” – Sam Harris
History of National Son and Daughter Day
The origin and the founder of National Son and Daughter Day are still unknown. The anonymous created the Son and daughter day for the parents to show their love and appreciations towards their children. The bond between the parents and their children is a special one. It has no age and no distance. No matter how old the person gets, their parents still see them as their child – a person to protect and show love on them. Even though Son and Daughter Day is not a public holiday, the parents around the world celebrate this day by spending time with their children and letting them know how much they are special to them.
Other Celebrations on August 11
August 11, 2018, is also celebrated as
How to celebrate National Son and Daughter Day
The best way to celebrate the National Son and Daughter Day is by spending the entire day with your children. Take some time out of your schedule and enjoy the day by sharing your childhood and family stories. On Son and Daughter Day, arrange some dishes which are favourable to your children. If you have young kids, take them on a fun vacation to let them know you care about them. Give your children a big hug in the early morning to show how much you love them. On Son and Daughter Day, take some pictures with your kids and share those beautiful moments on the social media by using the hashtag #NationalSonandDaughterDay or #SonandDaughterDay.