Believe it or not, there is a website page with Mother’s Day Trivia. (I don’t actually know that I believe all of it, but there you go.)
Anna @ The Bibliotaph had a good post On Books About Realistic Moms.
There are of course lots of lists with books about mothers:
- 100 must read books about mothers and motherhood
- 19 powerful books about motherhood
- 7 unforgettable books about mothers and daughters
- 10 books about mothers daughters to read with your mom
- 33 books to read with your mother
And lastly, a Pusheen GIF because Pusheen. (Image links back to the official Pusheen tumblr.)
Happy Mother’s Day if you celebrate! I use it as an excuse to visit with family and eat lots of yummy food. I also find it highly amusing that Anna Jarvis, who created Mother’s Day in 1908 (in the US) then spent years trying to change or abolish it. Granted, a lot of her complaints are legitimate. This isn’t a part of history that I have heard about before, though.