Daughter's Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in September. It commemorates the special bond between fathers and daughters and is a time to express love and appreciation for all that daughters do. Daughters are often the glue that holds families together. They are strong, loving, and compassionate. They are also the ones who keep their fathers grounded. On this day, we celebrate everything daughters bring to our lives.
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Daughters Day was first celebrated in the United States in 1908. The day was created by Kate Douglas Wiggin, an American author and educator. Wiggin wanted to create a day to celebrate the important role that daughters play in society. Today, Daughters Day is celebrated in countries like Australia, Canada, Pakistan, the United States and all over the world.