History National Brothers and Sisters Day
National Brothers and Sisters Day was first started by Claudia Ewart in 1995 in America. Claudia Ewart lost two of her siblings at a young age, for whom she started this day to remember and honor. May 2 was chosen because Kuiki was her brother Alan’s birthday. The day gained popularity when President Bill Clinton recognized it in 1997.
National Brothers and Sisters Day is an annual celebration observed in the United States on May 2 to recognize and appreciate the special bond between siblings.
Siblings are often our first friends in life and can always provide support and guidance throughout our journey of life.
On National Siblings Day, people are encouraged to spend time with their siblings and appreciate their relationship.
Many people organize family dinners, outings or other fun activities on this day so that siblings get a chance to spend time together.