Mother's Day Animations

funny Mother's Day animation

"Leaving the nest"
Animated cartoon by Rebekah Failla and Artie Romero - 26K
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In the USA, Mother's Day is observed on the 2nd Sunday in May.

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Little girl playing dress-up - 11K Send eCard
Girl playing dress-up smaller - 5k
Girl playing dress-up tiny - 5K
African-American girl plays dress-up - 5K Send eCard
Chicken choke! gross 2D cartoon - 185K
Whistler's momma 2D cartoon 65K
Old Mother Hubbard outrageous 2D 157K
Mother's Day breakfast tray - 8K Send eCard
Mother's Day Breakfast Tray small version - 8K
African-American Mother's Day breakfast tray - 7K Send eCard
Happy Mother's Day bouncing sign - 8K Send eCard
Happy Mother's Day small sign - 5K
Leaving the nest - 26K Send eCard
Leaving the nest small version - 22K
Leaving the nest tiny version - 5K
Mother bird and chick still picture - 20K
Cartoon of blushing puppy with a flowerBlushing puppy with flower - 5K Send eCard
Puppy with flower blushes smaller - 5K
Mother's Day flowers - 10K Send eCard
Mother's Day flowers smaller - 5K
Mother's Day flowers with African-American boy - 5K Send eCard
Mother's Day flowers still picture - 24K Send eCard
Dancing "I Love You" - 18K Send eCard
Have you called your mom lately? - 16K Send eCard
Mom on phone smaller - 13K
Weighting for your call - 17K Send eCard
African-American lady waiting for call - 16K Send eCard
Waiting for your call lighter colors - 17K
Boy picking flowers Web page background - 2K

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Mother's Day History

Mother's day was first suggested in the United States by Julia Ward Howe, writer of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. She suggested that this day be dedicated to peace. Miss Howe organized Mother's Day meetings in Boston every year.

In 1877, Mrs. Juliet Calhoun Blakely inadvertently set Mother's Day in motion. On Sunday, May 11, 1877, which was Mrs. Blakely's birthday, the pastor of her Methodist Episcopal Church left the pulpit abruptly, distraught over the behavior of his son. Mrs. Blakely stepped to the pulpit to take over the remainder of the service and called for other mothers to join her.

By 1911, Mother's Day was celebrated in almost every state in the Union. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made the official announcement proclaiming Mother's Day as a national holiday to be held each year on the second Sunday of May.

Source: Patricia Chadwick, Momscape

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