Mothers Day Special Gifts
Mothers Day is upon us once again, and it’s time to celebrate Mom! Our Mothers Day Specials are compiled together on this centralized site to make it easier for you, the Mom’s Day shopper, to view several options without completely losing your mind! Gift ideas for Mom available at “Special” offers by various merchants change often. Please check back for updates.
The Beauty of a Mother’s Love! Celebrate mom with an ever blooming “bouquet” of flowers when you give her this precious book by Paula Fox. Thirty-one flowers depict the beauty and strength of mothers. As with most Simple Truths inspirational and motivational books, “Heart of a Mother” also comes with a FREE corresponding DVD that will inspire your mom at the beginning of each day she views it.
Fiction, non-fiction, mystery, or any other genre, if Mom is the type who likes to go off on her own quiet retreat somewhere between the house and garden reading a good book, the gift of reading from the book of the month club could be in order here!
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Mothers Day is an annual celebration always on the second Sunday of May [in the United States]. On this spring day, we cherish our mothers, if not motherhood, and our maternal bond we can’t ignore. It’s the day we celebrate the overlooked and understated contributions moms everywhere make in society.
Mothers Day Specials have become worldwide offerings via internet shopping, just as Mothers Day has taken on an international flavor of its own.
Mother’s Day has different traditions. A day that has evolved from different origins than in the United States. Mothers Day is, for the most part, celebrated around the world. It’s a day influenced mostly by the American traditions of Sunday morning church services, delivering carnations to our moms, and the traditional family dinner to complete the day.
Statistically, Mother’s Day is likely to draw the third largest attendance in church following behind only Christmas and Easter Sunday.
Mother’s Day was originally established by women peace groups gathering mothers together who’s sons had fought or died on opposite sides of the American Civil War during the 1870’s and 1880’s.
1. J. Ellsworth Kalas (19 October 2009). Preaching the Calendar: Celebrating Holidays and Holy Days. Westminster John Knox Press. 2. The History of Mother’s Day from The Legacy Project, a Legacy Center (Canada) website. [3.] Virgina Bernhard (2002). “Mother’s Day”, Joseph M. Hawes, Elizabeth F. Shores. The family in America.