National Grandparents Day celebrates grandparents and what they bring to lives of their grandchildren.
When is Grandparents Day?
In the United States, Grandparents Day is celebrated on the Sunday after Labor Day. This day was first proclaimed in 1978 by President Jimmy Carter, and it was later made into law in 2009 by President Barack Obama. The purpose of Grandparents Day is to honor the important role that grandparents play in families and society. Most people spend this day with their grandparents giving gifts and cards.
Grandparents are some of the most important people in our lives. They provide us with love, support and wisdom that we can't find anywhere else. They often play a crucial role in our upbringing and help to shape us into the people we become. Grandparents are truly special people, and we should cherish them always.
For many of us, our grandparents are some of the first people we ever meet. They are often the ones who spoil us rotten and give us everything we could ever want. As we get older, they continue to be there for us, offering sage advice and a shoulder to cry on when we need it.
Grandparents are a fountain of wisdom, and we would be wise to listen to their advice. They have lived through more than we have and have a lot of experience to offer. They can teach us about life, love and everything in between.
Grandparents are also a great source of support. They are always there for us, no matter what. They will help us through tough times and be there to celebrate the good times. They are always happy to lend a helping hand, and we should never take them for granted.