Tag: Mothers Day
Mums are amazing, so amazing that the folks at Lily O’Brien’s has put together this fantastic infographic that looks at just how fantastic mums are. As well as statistics from the UK, Ireland, and beyond, find out how much time our mums spend caring for us, the records they’ve broken, and the amazing feats they’ve achieved.
Did you know that Mother’s Day has been around for almost a hundred years? The holiday was originally founded by Anna Jarvis and signed as a joint resolution by President Woodrow Wilson on on May 8th, 1914, designating the second Sunday in May to be a honorary day for mothers. Learn all about this holiday in the following infographic.
Looking for the perfect gift for Mother’s day 2013 can be a daunting task. What gift is special enough to give to the person who has always cared for and loved you? We have created this gift guide to identify the perfect gift for any type of mother. Whether she enjoys tending to her garden, cozying with a book by the fire, or hosting small get-togethers, Buyer at Large has identified the perfect gift for her. Take a look at our Mother’s Day gift guide and see what gifts fit your mom’s personality.
Mother’s Day may be reaching its 99th anniversary, but excitement for celebrating mothers hasn’t died down one bit. One thing that has changed, however, is the etiquette: it’s not just about celebrating your own mother anymore. In the modern world, Mother’s Day is about celebrating all of the wonderful mothers in your life. In that spirit, FTD takes a look at the data showing how people are really celebrating.
At the moment, there are around 2 billion mothers in the world. On average, each mom has 2 babies. It is estimated that a middle-income mom may spend nearly $250,000 to raise a new child over the next 18 years. During the economic depression, mothers are willing to take a second job to make sure that their kids can go to the best schools.
When it comes to receiving gifts, fathers get the short end of the stick. In June, a simple BBQ and necktie will suffice while in May, gold and diamonds handed out over fancy dinners is the norm.In this infographic from Mrs. Fields, the two holidays are explored and compared.
Did you know that Mother’s Day was founded by Anna Jarvis in 1908? Or that the youngest mother in history gave birth at the age of 5 years and 7 months old? Learn more interesting facts about Mother’s Day and moms with this cool infographic published by ModernMom.com.
Stumped as to what to get mom this Mother’s Day? Plum District, a leading daily offers site for moms run by moms, surveyed more than 19,000 of its members to get the real scoop on what mom really wants for Mother’s Day.
Mums aren’t just amazing, they’re superheroes too. From sleep-deprived new mums, to great-grandmothers who are still worrying about their 60-year-old “baby”, mothers hold a special place in all our hearts. But generally they do a thankless task so for just one day (Mother’s Day) of the year make sure they can truly rest, put their feet up and do what we take for granted for the other 364 days of the year – get taken care of.
In a day and age of me, me , me, moms are still the most important person in most of our lives and Mother’s day is as important as ever. Even the Romans took time out of conquering the known world to celebrate their version of Mother’s day and the Americans have been celebrating it for 150 years. Learn something new about Mother’s Day with this infographic below.