No matter whether you are in France, New Zealand or Australia, we all celebrate Mother’s Day, in our own way.
In the past, the Greeks and Romans used to honour the Great Mother of the Gods, Rhea or Cybele, every year in the spring.
In Germany, Muttertag has been celebrated on the second Sunday in May for 88 years. The children take care of all the housework while the mums have a day of rest.
In Norway, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in February and it is traditional for children to bring them breakfast in bed!
What all nations have in common is that, whatever the gift, it should be made with love!
Happy Mother’s Day to all you mums!