1) The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness. – Honoré de Balzac
2) A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest. – Irish Proverb
3) A mom's hug lasts long after she lets go. – Anonymous
4) Who ran to help me when I fell, and would some pretty story tell, or kiss the place to make it well? My mother. – Ann Taylor
5) If I held an audition for my “Dream Mom,” you’d take center stage and own it. – From “For You, Mom, With Love.”
6) What I am, you helped me to be. – From “To Mom with Love: A Celebration of You!”
7) I believe in love at first sight, because I’ve been loving my mother since I opened my eyes. – Unknown
8) You never appreciate all of the things your mother did for you until you find yourself doing the same things for your kids. – Linda Poindexter
9) If the whole world were put into one scale, and my mother in the other, the whole world would kick the beam. - Lord Langdale (Henry Bickersteth)
10) Mother love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible. - From "A Little Spoonful of Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul"
Mother's Day as we know it today really started in the 1850s when West Virginia women's organizer Ann Reeves Jarvis organized Mother's Day work clubs to improve sanitation, decrease infant mortality and care for soldiers wounded in the Civil War, according to National Geographic. Jarvis, along with other women such as abolitionist and poet Julia Ward Howe, also used Mother's Day to promote pacifism.
I had put together a short clip from video~
Baby Sister, Mom and I
Mother's Day in 2018 is on Sunday,
the 13th of May (13/5/2018).
In the United States, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. In some countries it was changed to dates that were significant to the majority religion, or to historical dates.
In most Arab countries, Mother's Day is always celebrated on the 21st of March, which is the Spring equinox.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Mother's Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in Lent (Mothering Sunday) Mothering Sunday.