NATIONAL HOUSEWIFE’S DAY
Each year on November 3, millions of people across the country observe National Housewife’s Day. This day was created to make the day a special one for the stay-at-home mom. Taking care of the children and the home is a 24/7 job that sometimes does not get the thank you that is much deserved.
The term housewife is an old term stemming from the days when most families were supported by one income. The father worked, and the mother stayed home to take care of the house and the children. Times have changed, and it is not always possible for one parent to stay at home, even though it is still preferred by some. Typically, in today’s society, two incomes are needed to support a household. If a mother can stay at home, the term stay-at-home mom or domestic engineer is favored over the term housewife.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Honor the housewife in your family or a housewife that you know. Use #NationalHousewifesDay to post on social media.
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