Siblings Day

National Siblings Day Quick Facts - US

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2022 DateApril 10, 2022
2023 DateApril 10, 2023
National Siblings Day

National Siblings Day History

National Siblings Day serves to celebrate and recognize the importance of brothers and sisters. The bonds and relationships between brothers and sisters are unlike any other as it is usually a person's longest relationship over his/her lifetime. This day aims to honor those bonds by encouraging siblings to appreciate one another.

National Siblings Day was created in 1995 by Claudia Evart, a New Yorker who lost both of her siblings. It is observed annually on April 10, a date that marks the birthday of Evart's late sister.

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National Siblings Day Facts & Quotes

  • According to the Guinness World Records, officially, the most children birthed by one mother is 69.
  • The most siblings with the same birthday are 5. Catherine (1952), Carol (1953), Charles (1956), Claudia (1961), and Cecilia (1966) were all born on the 20th of February to Carolyn and Ralph Cummins. The odds of this occurring are 1 in nearly 18 billion.
  • In China, there was a one-child policy until 2015, which means it restricted urban families to having only one child. For 35 years, it was illegal to have siblings in China.
  • The highest rate of non-marital childbearing occurs in Latin America (55-74%)
  • According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest family in the world is the Tweed family. The 7 brothers and 5 sisters vary in age from 76 to 96 for a combined age of 1020.
  • If you want to do really important things in life and big things in life, you can't do anything by yourself. And your best teams are your friends and your siblings - Deepak Chopra, Indian author

National Siblings Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Watch a movie about the importance of siblings and family such as Little Women (1994) , Lilo and Stitch (2002), Elf (2003), Finding Nemo (2003), The Chronicles of Narnia (2005), or The Good Dinosaur (2015).
  • Post a picture or a memory of you and your siblings on social media and tag all of your siblings. Write a caption that recalls a fond memory between all of you.
  • Attend the National Sibling Leadership conference in Louisville, Kentucky. This will help directly support National Siblings Day and hopefully one day make it a nationally-recognized holiday.
  • Use the hashtags #NationalSiblingsDay, #NSD or #brotherssisters on social media to help spread awareness.
  • Gather with your siblings, take an old photo album and recreate your childhood photos as adults. Give the finished photos as a gift to your parents.

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