If you love ice cream, you really don't need a reason to celebrate your adoration for the frozen dessert. However, if you think that eating ice cream for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is wrong, don't worry! There's a day you need to know about.

'Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day' is quickly approaching, so get your eatin' pants on! This glorious day is celebrated nationwide on February 3. It is said to originally have been unofficially created in Rochester, N.Y. The "holiday" is thought to have been started by a woman named Florence Rappaport, who was looking for a way to keep her children entertained on a snowy day. Her idea quickly became widely popular and made its way across the country.

There are similar ice cream holidays out there that you might find yourself celebrating throughout the year. These include 'Vanilla Ice Cream Day,' 'Strawberry Ice Cream Day,' and 'Ice Cream Sandwich Day.' You can celebrate these frozen treats days in January, August, and July.

If you're looking for a way to celebrate 'Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day,' there are a few creative things you can do. First, you can simply replace your morning oats and coffee for ice cream and a root beer float. If you're used to having fruit for breakfast, find fruit ice cream pints or ice cream cups to get your "nutrition" in.

Do you like pancakes and crepes? Top your pastry with a few scoops from ice cream cups. Are you the type of person who usually has bacon for breakfast? How about opting for bacon ice cream as an alternative?

If you want to take 'Ice Cream for Breakfast Day' to the next level, organize an ice cream breakfast! You can host the breakfast for just a few people, or you can use the sweet treat for the greater good. What we mean by this is you can host an ice cream breakfast to benefit a charity or a non-profit. Since ice cream is loved by many children all around the nation, sell tickets for this breakfast and donate the proceeds to a local children's hospital.

Ice cream is a popular, delicious treat that you can have any day of the year. In fact, at the end of 2013, there were about 2,582 frozen yogurt stores in existence. To celebrate the dessert in a quirky way, get your ice cream scoops out during breakfast on February 3!