Origination of National Siblings Day
There is always a history behind every event or day, so the National Siblings Day also has an origin. It was actually Claudia A. Evart who is considered to be the President as well as the Founder of this day. She initiated by giving a tribute to her brother and sister who died in a tragic accident.
Recognition as a National Day
According to records, about twenty two state governors in the U.S went on to issue declaration of this day as The National Siblings Day. It won a lot of support from the former U.S President Mr. Bill Clinton. Somehow, an official recognition of this day as a National Day is still awaited.
Celebrating Siblings Day
The actual purpose of this day is to show love and care to your siblings that include your immediate blood relatives like brothers and sisters, and particularly those who are no more with us. The day can be celebrated by sending a card, gift, or a simple phone call to your siblings. You can also organize a surprise gathering that should be attended by the entire family. For more information, you are advised to go through Step by Step How to Celebrate National Siblings Day.