Mother of Moss Balls!
A very important important day is upon us...
...That’s right, Mother’s Day! The history of Mother’s Day can be traced to back to the ancient Romans and Greeks. They held various ceremonies for different goddesses of fertility and mothers. The closest thing to Mother’s Day in ancient times would have most likely been a Christian festival that was known as Mothering Sunday.
Mother’s Day is celebrated in almost every culture. It is a time to honor mothers, people who have provided a maternal presence, and the motherly bonds that are created. These celebrations usually take place in the spring, sometime during the months of March or May.
In America, Mother’s Day started to be celebrated in around 1868 when Ann Jarvis organized Mothers’ Friendship Day. She began this as a way for mothers to gather with former Union and Confederate soldiers to promote reconciliation after the Civil War.
While Ann Jarvis and many other people (Mary Towles Sasseen and Frank Hering, Julia Ward Howe, Juliet Calhoun Blakely, etc.) campaigned to have Mother’s Day recognized on a national level, they remain unsuccessful.
However, following Ann’s death in 1905, her daughter Anna Jarvis began hosting Mother’s Day events and advocating for a day that honored motherhood by contacting politicians and writing to newspapers. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure to officially establish Mother’s Day as a national event.
Moss Ball Pets: We Have A 💗 For Mom!
It's Mother's Day (or past) and you are still on the hunt for a fantastic gift for your mom? If so, don’t worry about it any longer, Moss Ball Pets would make a marvelous Mother’s Day gift! Moss Ball Pets are symbol of long lasting love and there are many reasons they benefit those that receive a plushy zany moss ball.
A Moss Ball Pet would be a lovely gift for the mother who has everything or who never wants a gift. Right now, there’s a special promotion, with every order you will receive a FREE baby 👶 Moss Ball Pet! Mothers are not known solely for their ability to raise children but for their strength in raising children AND maintaining their own passions. If you ask any parent, mom or dad, they’ll probably share Tina Fey’s sentiment about being a parent,“Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.”
This Mother’s Day, please remember to visit or call your mom, if you can, and let them know that you’re sorry for making them so tired but you’re glad you could make them so happy!
Author: Tierra C. Watkins
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