The Wrapp Post
Why should we celebrate mother’s day once a year? Surely it should be everyday of the year!
Well, did you know an American daughter named Anne Jarvis in 1905, wanted to celebrate her late mother’s death - it was also seen as an anti-war movement! Mothering Sunday was first celebrated in the UK around the 17th century, the tradition mainly involved visiting your 'mother' church and eating simnel cake with the carnation flower signifying purity, faith, love, beauty and charity having the most significance.
Never forget the date again! As a rule of thumb, Mother’s day is celebrated in Australia, Canada and the US on the 2nd Sunday in May and exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday on 22nd March 2020 in the UK.
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Mother's day has been around since the 17th century and observed by 40+ countries around the world.