Mothers Day around the world
Finding a gift that expresses what it means to be a Mum is not easy and often it's the small gestures that mean so much. The cold tea and soggy toast lovingly made by a little one or the hand made card carefully drawn by a small child mean so much. A small bunch of flowers picked in their own garden, all wonderful gestures that will mean the world to a Mum. All these Mothers day ideas are carried out acroos the country every Mothers day but what about other countries?
In Australia, Mothers day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May were the wearing of a colured carnation is a way of showing your love for your Mum. The wearing of a white carnation is for a Mum who is no longer with us.
Mothers Day in Mexico is on the 10th May and is known as Dia de las Madres. Churches have a special mass and school children perform plays and dances for their Mums.
Mothers day is on the second Sunday in May. Children give their Mums, Carnations, candles, books and homemade gifts.
Mothers day in China is on the second Sunday in May. Girls bring out little red dressed dolls which are only brought out on Mothers Day. At the end of the day, Dad's hand out small presents to all the females in the house.
Since 1912, Mothers Day has been celebrated on the second Sunday in May. It is one of the most popular days of the year.
No matter where you are in the world, make your Mum feel extra special by giving her a wonderful Morthers day gift. Afterall we wouldn't be here without her.