Why do we celebrate Teddy Day?

Happy Teddy Day

Teddy Day is celebrated as a part of Valentine’s week, which takes place from 7th to 14th February. It is celebrated on the 10th of February every year. The day is dedicated to the celebration of love and affection, and is a way for couples to express their love and care for each other.

The celebration of Teddy Day involves exchanging teddy bears as gifts between couples. Teddy bears are considered a symbol of love, care, and affection, and are often given as gifts to express love and comfort. They are also seen as a symbol of childhood innocence, which makes them a popular gift on this day.

Teddy Day is an opportunity for couples to spend quality time together and to express their love and affection for each other in a special and meaningful way. By exchanging teddy bears, couples can express their love and commitment to each other, and can show each other that they are always there for each other, no matter what.

In conclusion, Teddy Day is a fun and lighthearted celebration that is meant to bring couples closer together and to help them express their love and affection for each other.


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