What day is this celebrated? March 4
What is National Sons Day? National Sons Day is a day to celebrate and recognize the special importance and significance of being a son and raising sons. Sons will be future fathers, role models, and leaders. The importance of the role of sons in the lives of their families and the honor of raising up son’s will be emphasized.
Why was National Sons Day created? Many boys don’t have father figures although these boys are still sons. Research shows that having a male role model in the home for sons is extremely important to supporting a safe and thriving society.
Who created National Sons Day day? This day was founded by Jill Nico in 2018.
How should National Sons Day be celebrated or observed? This day should be observed through media coverage of stories of sons with and without physical fathers in their life. Through education on the latest peer reviewed research on how to raise son’s. And through social media with mothers and fathers sharing pictures of themselves their sons and praising their accomplishments. Use the hashtag #NationalSonsDay to share your photos.
What other national days are there for sons? Several other national days have sprung up to celebrate daughters, including:
- National Men’s Day: November 19
- National Brothers Day: May 24
- National Middle Child Day: August 12.
- Siblings Day April 10
- National Sons and Daughters Day: August 11
There are many other national days relating to families and relationships. In fact, National Day Archives has a separate category just for families. Browse it by using the category button on the top left of the webpage. In the meantime, enjoy National Son’s Day!