First Mother's Day
A woman's First Mothers Day evokes mixed feelings of happiness and pride. It is the time for the new mother to celebrate first mothers day. She must enjoy the joys of holding her baby, to feel her own heartbeat inside. And should take pride in the fact that she is the 'mother' of that adorable little child. On that day, the child's father, and other close relatives and friends must come forward to celebrate and make the new mother feel important in their life and make her feel happy.
If the baby is too young to say thanks to its mothers is not possible. So, wife's first Mother's Day Celebrations should be celebrated by the child's father. Fathers must take initiative to make a special day to the new mother. They must realize that it is tiresome for the mother to handle the infant all the time. She should take rest on that day and fathers must take responsibility of looking after the child, changing nappies and feeding the baby, at least for a day. It would be a nice idea to surprise your mother with flowers, cards, and a gift. She would forget the drudgery of her child rearing and feel proud of being a mother.
First Mothers Day is also the perfect time to a woman realizes the value of her own mother. The mother's words, "You will not understand the importance of all I do for you till you yourself become a mother!", keep recalling in her mind and would sound so very true. The new mother feels all the more grateful to her own mother for bring her up so well and being so caring a mother. On first Mothers Day, the new mother must say a big thank you to her own mother with a big hug.
The First Mother's Day
On May 9, 1914, Think of all the work that mothers do in raising their children. Mothers need to be celebrated! President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed May 9, 1914, the first Mother's Day. He asked Americans on that day to give a public "thank you" to their mothers and all mothers. Mother's Day is now celebrated with gifts, visits, and flowers. Around the world like in England, France, Sweden, Denmark, India, China, and Mexico, they celebrate that day. Of course, if you ask your mom, she might tell you that every day is Mother's Day.
History of mothers Day:
The history of the Mother's Day was centuries old. The earliest Mother's Day celebrations can be traced back to the spring celebrations of ancient Greece in honor of Rhea who is the Mother of the Gods. During the 1600's, the early Christians in England was celebrated a day to honor Mary who was the mother of Jesus Christ. By a religious order, the holiday was later expanded in its scope to include all mothers and named as the Mothering Sunday. Celebrated on the 4th Sunday of Lent (the 40 day period leading up to Easter), "Mothering Sunday" honored the mothers of England.
In the US, the Mother's Day was loosely inspired by the British day. it was first suggested after the American Civil War by social activist Julia Ward Howe. Howe was who wrote the words to the Battle hymn of the Republic. Howe was horrified by the carnage of the Civil War and the Franco-Prussian War. In the year of 1870, she has tried to issued a manifesto for peace at international peace conferences in London and Paris. it was much like the later Mother's Day Peace Proclamation. During the Franco-Prussian war in the 1870s, Julia has