Celebrations of mothers and motherhood can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. Mother’s Day was first celebrated locally in 1908. Anna Jarvis, daughter of peace activist Ann Jarvis, began to campaign to make it an official holiday in memory of her mother after her passing in 1905. However, it took until 1914 to become an official national holiday. President Woodrow Wilson dedicated the second Sunday in May for the holiday to be celebrated in the United States.
Mom’s are there to teach us how to tie our shoes, how to fold our laundry, how to cook a well-balanced meal, how to apply make-up and so much more. Show your mom how much you love and appreciate her with this sentimental ornament. This ornament even arrives in a gift box!
A big bear hug from a loved one has the power to make any day brighter and Mom’s always know when you need one! This figurine features hand-knit stocking caps.
A mother’s love knows no limits. From the time you’re a baby and far beyond, they will always shower you with love and affection. Any mother will tell you, you’re never too old for kisses. This figurine features two tutu skirts.
Mom turned her back for just a minute this Snowbaby has turned lunch into a messy new hat. No one claimed that Motherhood was easy…or clean!
This porcelain bisque figurine pair tells it all — “I’m Here For You”. Mom’s make the best therapists, teachers, and friends. Show mom you’re there for her as well with this fun piece!
Each Snowbaby is created and detailed to tell a story. Get mom more than a card this year to show how much you really appreciate her. CLICK HERE to shop all Snowbabies designs!Share This Post!