Mother's Day

Mother's Day Quick Facts - IT

AKA NameFesta della Mamma
Hashtags#MothersDay, #Mothersday2020, #HappyMothersDay
Related Hashtags#Festadellamamma, #Mamma, #8maggio, #Jeru, #AIRC
2023 Date14 May 2023
2024 Date12 May 2024
Mother's Day

Mother's Day History

Mother's Day seeks to honor and recognize the sacrifices and accomplishments of mothers. Mothers are recognized by family and friends regardless of whether they are biological or perceived maternal figures. This day offers sons, daughters, and anyone with a mother the chance to show their appreciation. Mothers are typically thanked with cards and flowers, breakfast in bed, or by agreeing to do all the household chores.

Mother’s Day was established in 1914 by US President Woodrow Wilson. It is observed annually on the second Sunday in May.

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Mother's Day Facts & Quotes

  • According to the National Retail Federation, in 2021, consumers spent a total of $28 billion on Mother’s Day.
  • Julia Ward Howe, the author of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, came up with the notion of a Mother's Day in 1870. In a proclamation, she urged mothers to take a stand against sons killing the sons of other mothers.
  • A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world - Agatha Christie
  • God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers. - Hebrew proverb

Mother's Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Take mom out to brunch or dinner. Be sure to book in advance as Mother's Day brunches are always very busy.
  • Clean the house for your mother or grandmother.
  • Send mom and grandma flowers. You can either pick them up and deliver them yourself if you are nearby or use one of many online services that ship directly to her door.
  • Give mom a gift she will really appreciate - a day at the spa or a weekend off.
  • A simple phone call to mom will suffice. Let her know that you love her and think about her.

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