Teddy Day 2023: Know History, Significance Of This Love Day In Valentine’s Week

Most girls want a floppy one near them to whom they can hug tightly and share their feelings. The floppy one can be their father, brother, husband or boyfriend… All that they want is ‘love’ in a different gesture.

Hence, lovers across the globe express their romantic feelings to their crush or beloved on Teddy Day of Valentine’s Week via a fluffy, cutesy teddy bear.

Teddy Day is celebrated annually on February 10. It is the fourth day of Valentine’s Week which starts with Rose Day on February 7.

After Rose Day, Propose Day and Chocolate Day, the fourth day of Valentine’s Week i.e. Teddy Day is the celebration of all adorable things.

The idea is to send your partner or crush a cuddly teddy bear or adorable soft toy that will help de-stress them or bring a smile to their face. The gesture expresses one’s love for their special someone.


Talking about the history of Teddy Day was named after American President Theodore Roosevelt. Let us tell you that the nickname of President Theodore was also ‘Teddy’. It is said that on November 14, 1902, Theodore Roosevelt, the then President of America, went hunting in a forest in Mississippi. He was accompanied by assistant Holt Collier. Here Collier caught an injured black bear and tied it to a tree. After this, the assistant asked the President for permission to shoot the bear. But, seeing the bear in an injured condition, President Roosevelt’s heart melted and refused to kill the animal.

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