Every May 24 is celebrated as National Brother's Day across the country. It is a day to celebrate our brothers who drive us crazy but is always there to protect us.
The bond between siblings is often very strong, and brothers play a very special role in that relationship - from the protectors of their younger siblings to the family clowns.
Even if you don't have a brother you can celebrate this day, and honor your brother-in-law, or a best friend with whom you share that brotherly bond.
The Origin Of National Brother's Day
National Brother's Day was created by C. Daniel Rhodes, from Alabama. However, there are different stories about the origin of this day.
This unofficial holiday quickly picked up in popularity and is now celebrated all over the United States, and in some countries around the world.
How to Celebrate National Brother's Day
Spend this day getting together with your brothers, whether they are blood-related or not, and celebrate in your favorite way.
You can get together to reminisce about funny memories you have had growing up together, which is a good way to remind you of what you've been through together and how your bond has grown.
Do a favorite activity together and have some fun. You can go out to eat or have a BBQ, stay in and play video games or go out for a hike, whatever you do just remember this is about celebrating brothers and all they do for us.
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