NATIONAL MOTHER-IN-LAW DAY – Fourth Sunday in October



Each year on the fourth Sunday in October, it is a special day to honor the mother of your spouse.  

Some people get along very well with their Mother-in-law’s, others, not-so-much.  Which ever is the case, this is the day to celebrate them.  

NATIONAL MOTHER-IN-LAW DAY is an “unofficial” national holiday.


To celebrate get a nice card, some flowers, dinner or even just a phone call, take a moment to say: Happy Mother-in-Law Day to your Mother-in-law or to a Mother-in-law that you know. Post on social media using #Mother-In-LawDay to encourage others to do the same.


This day, modeled after Mother’s Day, was first celebrated on March 5, 1934, in Amarillo Texas, where it was initiated by the editor of the Amarillo local newspaper.

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One Response to “NATIONAL MOTHER-IN-LAW DAY – Fourth Sunday in October”


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