Mother's Day


Mother's Day is a day for many people to show their appreciation towards mothers and mother figures (e.g. stepmothers, relatives, mothers-in-law, a guardian, or a family friend) worldwide. It celebrates the achievements and efforts of mothers and mother figures. It is an annual event.




In Singapore, it is held on the second Sunday of May, not recognised as a holiday by the government.




Early Mother's Day celebrations can be dated back to the spring celebrations to honor Rhea, the Mother of the Gods, in ancient Greek civilization, according to some sources. The modern-day origins of Mother's Day can be attributed to two women – Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis, who were important in establishing the tradition in the United States.



Some gift them presents to express their love, giving cards/flowers/cakes, family gatherings, poems & messages, or personal phone calls, etc.