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Mother's Day - International History and Tradition - Countries - Great Britain and Ireland
... Great Britain and Ireland celebrate Mothering Sunday, which falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent (18 March in 2012) ... Most historians believe that Mothering Sunday evolved from the 16th-century Christian practice of visiting one's mother church annually on Laetare Sunday ... As a result of the influence of the American Mother's Day, Mothering Day transformed into the tradition of showing appreciation to one's mother ...
Mothering (magazine) - History
... Mothering was founded in 1976, and in the 1980s, Peggy O'Mara became editor and publisher ... The November–December 2010 issue was the last printed issue of the Mothering magazine ... On February 15, 2011, Mothering magazine announced that publication of the magazine would end completely after the March–April 2011 issue, and that Mothering would subsequently ...
Mothering (magazine)
... Mothering is a magazine focused on natural mothering practices, which began publishing in 1976 ...
Mothering Sunday - Cakes and Buns
... Simnel cake is a traditional confection associated with both Mothering Sunday and Easter ... In England, "Mothering Buns" or "Mothering Sunday Buns" were made to celebrate ...
Mothering (magazine) - Publications
... Mothering has published books through a division of Simon Schuster Mothering Magazine's Having a Baby, Naturally The Mothering Magazine Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth, Peggy O'Mara ... Atria publishing (2003) ISBN 978-0-7434-3963-3 Natural Family Living The Mothering Magazine Guide to Parenting, Peggy O'Mara ...

Famous quotes containing the word mothering:

    Fashions change, and with the new psychoanalytical perspective of the postwar period [WWII], child rearing became enshrined as the special responsibility of mothers ... any shortcoming in adult life was now seen as rooted in the failure of mothering during childhood.
    Sylvia Ann Hewitt (20th century)

    I love my mother for all the times she said absolutely nothing. . . . Thinking back on it all, it must have been the most difficult part of mothering she ever had to do: knowing the outcome, yet feeling she had no right to keep me from charting my own path. I thank her for all her virtues, but mostly for never once having said, “I told you so.”
    Erma Bombeck (20th century)

    Parenting, as an unpaid occupation outside the world of public power, entails lower status, less power, and less control of resources than paid work.
    Nancy Chodorow, U.S. professor, and sociologist. The Reproduction of Mothering Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender, ch. 2 (1978)