Mothers Day falls on the 14th March in 2010. Mothers day is celebrated throughout the world, but falls on different days and months in various countries.
Mothers Day is important to most people as they show appreciation, love and affection for a women who has carried her child for 9 months and then has had a hand in raising her children.
The traditions of Mothers Day is believed to come from ancient Greek festival of Cybele a Greek goddess and mother who was worshiped. The traditions were also done by ancient Romans who gave gifts to mothers during the Matronalia holidays. In the 16th century Christians in Britain would go to church on the forth Sunday of lent or their mothers church. These are believed to be the historical background to Motherís Day in todayís society.
Mothers Day today is celebrated by taking and giving your Mothers Day Gifts
How can you make your mumís Motherís Day special this year?
If you want to make your mum feel special or very valued, as she often should be this 14th March for Mothers Day, why not treat her to a personalised gift? There are a number of other ways which can also make her feel special.
1. Breakfast in bed. Cook her a traditional style breakfast that she likes.
2. Get family and friends together and cook a special meal to serve her and other mums.
3. Take a trip down memory lane, pull out photos and memorable items and make a scrap book.
4. Take an interest in what she likes to do, if its gardening take her to see a garden or play musical or even a mini break.
Whatever idea you choose make her feel special on this very happy occasion. Date posted: 12/01/2010