Wiggle Your Toes Day

Wiggle Your Toes Day. Come on take off those choose and socks and go barefooted and wiggle your toes. Maybe wiggle your toes as a family!

Wiggle Your Toes Day

Wiggle Your Toes Day
Wiggle Your Toes Day

Held Annually on August 6. (Also my birthday)

August 6 is not only my birthday, but it is also know for Wiggle Your Toes Day. A day to wiggle those piggies. Maybe you can go take the family and go barefoot to a sandy area or even your back yard and just relax and wiggle your toes.  Maybe you can wiggle your toes out a the pool, the lake, creek or the ocean. Let them feet get some air. Looking around I am not sure when this holiday started. It is not an official holiday, but it is one of those fun holidays.

I have long toes, they almost look like fingers, so I could wiggle mine very well. Even if you have short toes, go out and wiggle them. Wiggle your toes as a family. Enjoy this day that the Lord hath made.

Maybe if you are at the ocean, lake, pool, creek or near any body of water, maybe you can read to your family. Maybe read them some Bible Stories of the Sea. Another story you may want to share is how Jesus washed the disciples feet. (John 13:1-7) or even how Mary washed the feet of Jesus with her hair. (Luke 7:38; John 12:3).

Maybe if you have a baby another great day to play this little piggy. You all remember that when you were a kid don’t you?

Did any of you hear about this Holiday before? If so what do you do on Wiggle Your Toes Day? I want to hear from you.


First published August 6, 2014. Last republished or updated August 6, 2020.

About the Author

Author: Steve Patterson

A Christian Blogger that enjoys blogging about the Bible, Theology, God, Jesus Christ, Christian Music, Family, Cats, Odd Holidays, sewing and much more. I have been blogging since 2004, however, I have been blogging on Courageous Christian Father since 2012. I enjoy listening to Christian Music. I am married with 1 daughter, 2 step-sons and a step daughter.

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