What is a Birthing Day, who has one and how should it be celebrated?!
It’s usually all about us on our birthdays, isn’t it! And why shouldn’t it be. It’s our special day, our birth day. It’s the one day of the year that the focus is on celebrating us and another year of love and laughter, triumphs and challenges. Your birthday involves gifts, well wishes and celebrations.
Let’s face it though, we wouldn’t actually be here without our mothers, would we! We most certainly wouldn’t be the people we are without them either! Our darling mothers are the ones we wish Happy Birthing Day to! It’s a day that is shared by the two of you. Equally as momentus for her, as it was for you.
It is a very special bond between mother and child. One that can never be broken, a love like no other and one that should be commemorated every year.
Turning the tables on our birthday to acknowledge the beautiful people that brought us into this world is a selfless, loving gesture. It takes just a few moments, but will create a very special memory between you and your dear mother.
Remember that mothering is 24/7, with very little sleep and a whole lot of selfless love. She’s done years of it, and I’m sure has loved every minute of it…even when you tested her patience in your teenage years! So doing something on your birthday to show your appreciation for all that she is and all that she’s done for you, will be a gesture that will be cherished forever. Trust me, she will never forget how you made her feel!
Mother’s Day is wonderful. That is a day to acknowledge all mothers everywhere and most certainly your own but there’s one day a year, that is most definitely just yours and your mother’s special day.
Check out the beautiful Mother keepsakes on offer. Perhaps you’d like her to receive flowers, in just the same way she received them on the day you were born. What a wonderful reminder of the spectacularly unforgettable day you arrived!
When it’s your special day, we wish you a very Happy Birthday and your beautiful Mum a very Happy Birthing day!