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Mothers of the World

* Mothers of the World * Celebrating Mothers Across the Globe In most of the world's languages, the word for "mother" begins with August is the most popular month in which to have a the letter M AUG baby AB Tuesday is the most TUE popular day of the week in which to have a baby Mother Goose is one of the most popular of all children's entertainers. Her books and stories have been loved for many generations IШ Ш The ancient Greeks celebrated Mother's Day in spring. They used to honor Rhea, "mother of the gods“ with honey-cakes and fine drinks and flowers at dawn The youngest mother delivered a baby at an age of 5 years and 7 months in Lima, Peru In 2003 a 65 year old woman in India gave birth, making her the oldest mother to do so 4.3 babies are born every second Top 5 countries to be a mother 1. Finland 2. Sweden 24 is the median age a woman becomes a mother for the first time 3. Norway 4. Iceland 5. Netherlands In Sweden Mother's Day is on the last Sunday in May and is a family holiday Japan's Imperial family trace their ancestry to Omikami Amaterasu, the Mother of the World Native American Indian women have long been honored with the name, "Life of the Nation" for their gift of mother- hood to the tribes Ancient Egyptians believed that 'Bast' was the mother of all cats on Earth, Some tribes of people, like the Assam in Africa, don't call themselves families. They call themselves "maharis", or "motherhoods." and that cats were sacred animals Because Business is Global

Mothers of the World

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We live in a world with different cultures and languages, but no matter where you go, mothers are always the same. To celebrate mothers day here is a quick info graphic.


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