Mother’s Day was Invented in Kentucky

Mother’s Day was Invented in Kentucky #MothersDay

Mother’s Day was Invented in Kentucky

Here, Mary Towles Sasseen Wilson on 1887, First observed Mother’s Day. Started with her pupils. In 1893, she obtained national observance. KY legislature recognized her as “Originator of idea.” Congress adopted second Sunday of May as holiday in 1914.

KY State Marker Sign

First Mother’s Day celebration was on April 20, 1887, which was Sasseen Wilson’s mother’s birthday.

Happy Mother’s Day!

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Mother Related Blog Posts

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  14. Mother-in-Law Day
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  16. Mothers of the Bible
  17. Names for Mom Printable
  18. Stepmom’s Day
  19. Unnoticed Moms

We should celebrate our moms everyday not just one day of the year.

First published May 10, 202. Last updated or republished May 14, 2023.

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