IT’S NATIONAL SIBLING DAY – Give your sibling a Shout Out on WHUR.com

04102013_quote1Send out Love to your brother(s) or sister(s)….It’s National Sibling Day. Using the comment section below, Send out some love to your sibling(s) and shout them out right here on whur.com.

The siblings bonds are life-long relationships usually lasting from cradle to grave. It is usually the longest relationship of a person’s life and typically much longer than a mother’s and father’s relationship.

National Siblings Day is a celebration held annually in the United States to honor the relationships of siblings. Governors of 39 states have officially issued proclamations to recognize Siblings Day in their state.

The holiday was originally conceived by Claudia Evart to honor the memory of her brother and sister, both of whom died. Congress officially saluted the holiday and introduced it into the official Congressional Record in 2005. The date of National Siblings Day is very important to its founder Claudia as it marks the birthday of her sister Lisette.

Siblings Day can be celebrated by remembering a sibling who has passed away or sending out love to ones who may be near and far.

Also, you can post pics of you and your sibling(s) on our Facebook page under this post.

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