NATIONAL 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.
National Birth Mother’s Day was established in 1990 by Mary Jean Wolch-Marsh to show support for birth mothers like herself.
There are over 1,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day with National Day Calendar!