Mother's Day Gifts


 

Early celebrations of motherhood can be traced back to ancient festivals honoring mother goddesses like Rhea (Greek) and Cybele (Roman). These celebrations involved spring festivals and offerings to the goddesses.

 The modern American version of Mother's Day was established in the early 20th century by Anna Jarvis. After her mother's death in 1905, Jarvis campaigned for a national holiday to honor all mothers. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day, a national holiday to celebrate the role of mothers.

Mother's Day is a day steeped in historical traditions and modern sentiments, dedicated to honoring the incredible contributions of mothers. It has evolved from ancient festivals to a widely recognized holiday, celebrated with heartfelt gestures and gifts, making it a special occasion for families around the world.


 


32 products

32 products