This year Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 12. That’s less than three weeks from now.
In 1908, Anna Jarvis celebrated the first Mother’s Day in America when she held a memorial service for her mother. She pushed to have Mother’s Day made a national holiday and succeeded in 1914. It is now celebrated by many countries throughout the world, but the date chosen often coincides with other celebrations in that country honoring motherhood.
Of course, every day should be Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. But since retailers have commercialized the concept, everyone’s joined in the celebration.
Here are a few of our best sellers:
These designs are also available are t shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, hats, mugs, aprons and novelty gifts.
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