July 26 is celebrated as National Aunt and Uncle Day. The day provides an opportunity to spend time with those relatives we trusted and learned about growing up, aunts and uncles always hold a special place in our hearts. They are like mother and father, with all the fun and none of the fuss. There are various reasons to celebrate the aunts and uncles of the world, and so on July 26, we celebrate National Aunt and Uncle Day. This day encourages the giving of gift cards to a person’s aunts and uncles and is commonly observed with yarn and firecrackers.
“An aunt is a safe haven for a child. Someone who will keep your secrets and is always on your side.” – Sara Sheridan
History of National Aunt and Uncle Day
The History and origin of National Aunt and Uncle Day are unknown, but this day is celebrated every year to honor those special aunts and uncles. The number of aunts and uncles you have will vary from family to family. Everyone loves their aunts and uncles because they will be there to listen to you and support you always. They often play an important role throughout your life taking you to fun locations, babysitting you when your parents are out, buying your birthday and Christmas presents, and giving you advice and support when you need it most. Spending holidays together, special family times, and sometimes sleepovers, aunts and uncles often hold a special place in our hearts. It is assumed that the preferred date might have been arbitrary in its assignment to focus on a particular individual.
Other Celebrations on July 26
July 26 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the Day
Celebrate the day by planning a get-together with your beautiful aunts and uncles, give them a call, send them a card writing how much they mean to you or a bouquet of flowers, or maybe take them out for a nice dinner. Take pictures with your aunts and uncles and post them on social media using the hashtag #AuntAndUncleDay.
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