We celebrate friendships day, teachers day, valentine’s day, and many others but no day can ever be as special as Parents Day. Yes, it’s time to thank them who’ve got us into this world, tolerated our tantrums, sacrificed their needs, wants for our needs and demands.
Today is the perfect opportunity to take some time out of our busy lives and make parents feel special. There is nothing better than celebrating Parents Day on a Sunday. So, let’s not forget to wish them, give them a small gift and it’s important to tell our parents our how much we love them.
Importance of Parent’s in our life
One month of excitement, one of elation, one of curiosity, one of expectation, one of decision-making, one of anxiety, one of preparation, one of precaution, and one of preparedness… That adds up to nine months of waiting followed by a lifetime of happiness when your little one is born! As a parent, you would agree that one can never really describe what it feels like to hold your own child in your arms until you are actually holding him or her!
Parents’ Day is the apt time to show appreciation towards parents for their commitment and sacrifice towards bringing up their children in a safe environment and nurturing their lives.
When Parents Day is celebrated in India
Did you know that there is a day dedicated to parenthood? Aptly named as Parents’ Day, it is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of July every year. This year, Parents’ Day in India is on 26th July.
History of Parents Day
The day was established as one for recognising, supporting, and uplifting the role of parents. Parents’ Day is celebrated in many different countries all over the world. It was proclaimed an official day by the United Nations and president Bill Clinton established National Parents’ Day in 1994 when he signed Congressional Resolution (36 U.S.C. § 135) into law.
Parents Day Quotes
The depth of the love of parents for their children cannot be measured. It is like no other relationship. It exceeds concern for life itself. The love of a parent for a child is continuous and transcends heartbreak and disappointment. – James E. Faust
What it’s like to be a parent: It’s one of the hardest things you’ll ever do but in exchange, it teaches you the meaning of unconditional love. – Nicholas Sparks