THE SUPERPOWERS OF MOM'S
Mom – you’re amazing!
Moms are strong, wise, loving, selfless and have magical superpowers. Moms give the best hugs, moms always know what to do, moms work wonders. Everyday. Be inspired and find the perfect gift to celebrate your mom’s superpowers on Mother’s Day!
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We have teamed up with Chloé Monchamp and her loving mother Lotte to celebrate the superpowers of mom's.
"Strong, fun and loving – these are just some of the many superpowers my mom has!", says Chloé
" I often tell her, she is my biggest inspiration! Every day, I aspire to be as strong, fun, and loving as her. She definitely is the one I miss the most now that I live in Paris, but luckily we can spend many hours on FaceTime when I’m not home".
Ideas for Mother’s Day 2021
In addition to the love put in a beautiful Mother’s Day gift, a piece of jewellery needs to be personal and reflect the woman carrying it. At Pilgrim we have an extensive selection of unique, personal jewellery, such as jewellery with signs of the zodiac and pendants. Choose the initial letter in your mother or wife’s name or go for a necklace with multiple letter pendants with the initial letter of your names. Do not hesitate to mix and match. In addition to the personalized gift, pearls are always in styles. As Jacqueline Kennedy put it – pearls are always appropriate.
The story of Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day has been a well-known holiday in Denmark and all over the world for almost 150 years. This special day for mothers was thought by the American author and suffragette Julia Ward Howe from Boston. Her idea was not only that mothers should be pampered with Mother’s Day gifts; she wished for a day in peace – a Mother’s Peace Day as she proclaimed in 1870. Later, Anna Maria Reeves Jarvis took the lead and wished to unite mothers in the battle for better sanitary conditions. After her death, her daughter Anna Jarvis succeeded in making Mother’s Day recognised as a special occasion in honour of her mother and other mothers out there. In 1907, a small memorial service was held for Anna Maria, and the year after, the first official Mother’s Day service took place. As of 1909, Mother’s Day was honoured in 45 states in the USA, in addition to Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. In 1914 the Congress adopted the day as a national holiday.