NATIONAL DAUGHTER’S DAY | SEPTEMBER 25
When it comes to offspring, National Daughter’s Day reminds of the young women and girls in our lives. On September 25th, spend time with your daughter.
Daughters bring a certain kind of joy into our world. Like all children, they have their own personalities and strengths. As parents, we look forward to discovering the world through their eyes.
Depending on where you live, International Daughter’s Day is observed on the Fourth Sunday in September. Elsewhere the day might be observed on October 1st. No matter when you celebrate, the day provides an opportunity to show your daughter genuine support, encouragement, and love.
In some countries, daughters face a rough start in the world. They are sometimes denied an education, equal employment or even healthcare. Sons are put before them and given priority. Social stereotypes set certain expectations of behavior for daughters including how they dress and behave.
The day offers us an opportunity to be thankful for our daughters and to find ways to ensure daughters around the world have every opportunity to succeed.
HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL DAUGHTER’S DAY
Share the day with your daughter. Look back on memories or create new ones. Some other ways to celebrate the day include:
- Send your daughter a card.
- Take a selfie every year on National Daughter’s Day. Over the years, you will be able to see how much she and you have changed.
- Donate to an organization that supports educating daughters. For example, Women One provides support to women and girls worldwide. Another is Helping Women Period which supplies feminine products worldwide.
- Teach your daughter something new. Whether it’s useful or fun, practical or vital, your daughter will appreciate you for it.
- Learn something from your daughter. Our daughters’ growing catalog of experiences offers us a treasure trove of information that they will gladly share with us.
While you’re celebrating daughters and YOUR daughter, be sure to share your day with us, too. Use #NationalDaughtersDay to post on social media all the ways you celebrate.
NATIONAL DAUGHTER’S DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar continues researching the origins of this family holiday.