National Housewife’s Day comes on November 3 of every year. Millions of people across the country celebrate National Housewife’s Day and were created to make the day a special one for the stay-at-home mom. Taking concern of the children and the home is a 24/7 job that rarely does not receive the thank you that is much justified.
“I was born in a middle-class Muslim family, in a small town called Myonenningh in a northern part of Bangladesh in 1962. My father is a qualified physician; my mother is a housewife. I have two elder brothers and one younger sister. All of them received a liberal education in schools and colleges. – Taslima Nasrin”
History of National Housewife’s Day
The creator of National Housewife’s Day is still unknown. The term housewife is an old term originating from the days when most households were carried by one income. The mother carried home to take care of the house, and the children and father do his work for income. Times have developed, and it is not always possible for one parent to stay at home, even though some still prefer it. Typically, in today’s society, both of the incomes are needed to support a household.
Other Celebrations on November 3
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How to Celebrate National Housewife’s Day
Celebrating National Housewife’s Day is simple and easy. On this day, the homemaker will be revolved around, and enjoy the day. Housewife deserve it, for all of the floors they washed, all of the diapers changed, and all of the dinners they cooked! Everyone needs a break now and then, and don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise. Post and share your celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #NationalHousewife’sDay.