National Pay Back Your Parents Day is celebrated on November 20 in the United States. The day is dedicated to moms and dads who raised us, cared for us, paid expenses, gave us a bright future. Time to pay with the same coin – today is the perfect day!
Since 1980, the UN has been engaged in public awareness of the parental role. The national day was adopted in 2012, uniting the loving hearts of children who remain forever small in the interpretation of their parents. The holiday is similar to Parents’ Day, but this is another plus – you will pay twice as much attention to your loved ones!
A study published in USA Today claims that parents in the United States spend more than $200 to raise one child to adulthood. This is a lot of money, but everyone is trying to give the child the best. In 1994, Bill Clinton even signed a proclamation recognizing the role of parents in parenting.
- they don’t know everything. Sometimes it becomes a real surprise;
- want and know how to frolic, watch cartoons, fool around, play computer games;
- afraid to be adults, to be responsible, to make mistakes and solve pressing problems;
- love the child more than anything on the planet;
- mark one of several children – you will understand this only when you become a parent.
How to celebrate
Take a day off, visit your parents, even if they are in another city. Help them with repairs, buy groceries for a month, take them to the right place, give cool presents, make their dreams come true, send money to the card! Organize a cozy warm evening, cook delicious meals, invite relatives to join the celebration. Look at the photo albums and have a good time.
When is National Pay Back Your Parents Day celebrated in 2022?
National Pay Back Your Parents Day is observed on November 20 each year.