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Mother’s Day was celebrated for the first time in 1908, so it has been celebrated over a hundred years. Anna Jarvis was the person who campaigned to make Mother's Day a recognized holiday in the United States of Amerrica. She believed that there should be a day to honor all mothers, because they were the person in your life who has done more for your than anyone in the world, according to her. In 1908 the Congress declined her proposal, but that didn't stop Anna Jarvis. Finally in 1910 Mother's Day was officially recognized in West Virginia. Four years later Mother's Day became an official national holliday in the United States, always held on the second Sunday in May. Mother's Day still is a celebration to honor the mother of the family and the influences of mothers in society. This day is being celebrated in many parts of the parts, although not all are being held on the same day. The most common months are March or May. Not only mothers are being honored on this day, but also grandmothers. It's common to celebrate this day with your mother, but also visiting your grandmother to wish her a happy Mother's Day. Of course, in most cases Mothers-in-laws are also being wished a happy Mothers Day. People from all over the world use this day to show appreciation for their mothers. Everybody can do this in their own special way. Some wish to make homemade cards and write loving words on them, some buy flowers or other gifts and others take their mother out for lunch or dinner. Children usually make a nice drawing or create something at school. It's also very common to serve your mother breakfast. And remember, it's not about the cooking skills, but the idea behind it. It doesn't matter what gift you give your mother on this day, the most important thing is the idea behind it. The reason why you want to give her a gift. But to help you with selecting a gift to give to your mother, we have selected Mother's Day coupons to provide you with some extra savings.