What’s Special About Today…….

On this Day in History:

Good Housekeeping Magazine first hits the newsstands. (1885)

Lou Gehrig plays in his 2,130th game, a baseball record that will last for 57 years until Cal Ripken come along. (1939)

Baby Day

Date When Celebrated: Always on May 2

Baby Day celebrates babies! At least we think it does. This day is recorded in countless internet websites and especially ecard companies. But, we found no content or information to define what this special day is truely about. Logic tells us that it’s a day to enjoy and care for young infants. And,  it give us the opportunity to celebrate the miracle of birth and life.

Parents, especially new parents, can celebrate this day by spending extra time with your infant. After all, they will be babies for an all too short time. Also, learn more about how to care for them.

For young couples who have yet to have children, maybe today is a day to do something special so you will be able to enjoy Baby Day next year. Now that sounds like fun.

Did you Know? The movie Baby Day aired in 1913. It was a black and white silent movie.

 

 

Brothers and Sisters Day

Date When Celebrated: Always on May 2

Brothers and Sisters Day is a day to cherish your siblings. Sure, there are times when you love your brothers and sisters. And, there are times when you want to disown them. All in all, having a brother and/or a sister or two, is invaluable. The older you get, the more you learn to appreciate them.

Celebrate Brothers and Sisters Day by touching them in some way.  A card or a phone call is appropriate for those who are separated by too many miles. A visit, or sharing a meal together, is a great way to enjoy this special day.

Don’t have a brother or sister? Become a “Big Brother” or Big Sister”. Chances are, there is an organization in your area. And, they need your help.

Brothers and Sisters Day is similar to National Sibling Day, held on April 10th.


Origin of Brothers and Sisters Day:

Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day.

 

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