National Working Parents Day
National Working Parents Day is celebrated on September 16th of every year. The challenges faced by the working parents are innumerable as they need to compensate both for taking care of the children and working. The celebration of the National Working Parents Day honors and tribute those parents who work to provide for their family.
“There is no greater name for a leader than mother or father. There is no leadership more important than parenthood.” – Sheri L. Dew
History of National Working Parents Day
The history and origin of the Working Parents Day are anonymous. It is an unofficial holiday that celebrates mothers and fathers who go to work all year to raise their children and their families. Parenthood is the toughest job and is, even more, a tougher task for those working parents. It is a day for those children of working parents to appreciate their parents for their incredible work. Those children must learn and understand the struggles their parents face to bring them up along with the work pressure. Many parents are working incredibly hard such that to provide their kids with good food, clothing, shelter and luxury items to make their childhood exceptional. It is indeed necessary to celebrate a day for those parents to show the gratitude.
Other Celebrations on September 16
September 16 is also celebrated as
- National Stepfamily Day
- National Play Doh Day
- National Wife Appreciation Day
- International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
- National Collect Rocks Day
- National Guacamole Day
How to Celebrate National Working Parents Day
The best way to celebrate the National Working Parents Day is by helping your parents in the household routines. Show your love for those tirelessly working beings with a love note or present them any useful gifts. The one another best gift any child can give to his/her parents by spending the time to talk with them. Post and share your Working Parents Day celebrations using the hashtag #NationalWorkingParentsDay.