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NATIONAL BIRTH MOTHER’S DAY – Saturday before Mother’s Day

National Birth Mother's Day Saturday Before Mother's DayNATIONAL BIRTH MOTHER’S DAY

National Birth Mother’s Day is observed the Saturday before Mother’s Day. This day has been set aside as a day for birth mothers to acknowledge and support one another. It is a day to recognize the biological mothers of adopted children.

Each birth mother’s experience is personal. While the day originated as a day of solidarity, education and compassion, it has evolved and may be received with a mixture of emotions, viewed as a celebration of the life a birth mother has brought into the world and has chosen to share with another family.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Use #NationalBirthMothersDay to share on social media. 

HISTORY

National Birth Mother’s Day was established in 1990 by Mary Jean Wolch-Marsh to show support for birth mothers like herself.  

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