NATIONAL HOUSEWIFE’S DAY
National Housewife’s Day sets aside November 3rd to recognize the millions of hardworking housewives. The day honors the stay-at-home moms who take care of the children and the home. It’s 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. These days, usually both parents work outside the home. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, in 61 % of households with children, both parents work outside the home.
The age of the children impacts how much a parent stays home. And it isn’t always the mother who stays home. Sometimes it’s the dad. So, househusbands are on the rise. Cheers to you, too! However, current statistics are difficult to find.
Even so, those who stay home and manage a household have a difficult task. Those who stay home are considered to be domestic engineers, managing budgets, children, and organizing the life of the house.
HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL HOUSEWIFE’S DAY
On National Housewife Day, honor the housewife in your family or a housewife that you know. Use #NationalHousewifesDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL HOUSEWIFE’S DAY HISTORY
National Day Calendar continues researching the origins of this domestic holiday.