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In light of upcoming Mother's Day in many countries, we thought we'd take a look at some of our mahabis mums, and how they like spending their downtime.

Interestingly, Mother's Day is celebrated at different times in different parts of the world. The UK celebrates Mothering Sunday but uses the terms interchangeably. This is on the 4th Sunday of Lent, and dates back to a time when servants were given the day off to return to their 'mothering' church.


The most commonly celebrated is the US holiday. It began with one woman in Grafton, West Virginia, who campaigned heartily for it to become officially recognised in memoriam of her own mother. It was signed off in 1911 as an official US Celebration of Mothers. This same date is recognised in Australia, NZ, Japan, and many countries in Europe and Africa. 


 


// amelia jones

 

Based in Utah but an avid traveller, Amelia (Emmy) can be found inspiring instagram with beautiful pics of her gorgeous family and home. 

 

  

 

// jenna robert

 

Born and raised in Arizona, Jenna is a freelance graphic designer who interned with Marta Stewart. She now lives in the Utah mountains with her son, Ralph and husband, Dustin. 

 

 

 

 

 


// melanie barnes

 

Melanie is a UK lifestyle blogger who focuses on motherhood, slow living, well-being, creativity, yoga and mindfulness. Currently renovating and documenting the process, she encourages her daughter to pick up the camera too. 

 

 

 

// deborah gordon

 

Glasgow based lifestyle blogger and purveyor of minimalist photography, Deborah created her brand Ollie and Seb based around her two little boys.

 

 

 

 

// jenna ogle

 

New York based Jenna is a wife, blogger and mum of four girls. Olivia, Giuliana, Lidia and Evelyn keep her busy alongside her work running Home & The Homemaker. 




 

 

// amanda jane jones

Founder of @definemagazine, Amanda is a graphic designer from Chicago. The BYU grad and mummy to Jane and Miles was also a founding designer of Kinfolk Magazine.

 

Share your mahabis moments with #mahabis...

 

 

mahabis stories // designers. bloggers. photographers.

 

In light of upcoming Mother's Day in many countries, we thought we'd take a look at some of our mahabis mums, and how they like spending their downtime.

Interestingly, Mother's Day is celebrated at different times in different parts of the world. The UK celebrates Mothering Sunday but uses the terms interchangeably. This is on the 4th Sunday of Lent, and dates back to a time when servants were given the day off to return to their 'mothering' church.


The most commonly celebrated is the US holiday. It began with one woman in Grafton, West Virginia, who campaigned heartily for it to become officially recognised in memoriam of her own mother. It was signed off in 1911 as an official US Celebration of Mothers. This same date is recognised in Australia, NZ, Japan, and many countries in Europe and Africa. 


 


// amelia jones

 

Based in Utah but an avid traveller, Amelia (Emmy) can be found inspiring instagram with beautiful pics of her gorgeous family and home. 

 

  

 

// jenna robert

 

Born and raised in Arizona, Jenna is a freelance graphic designer who interned with Marta Stewart. She now lives in the Utah mountains with her son, Ralph and husband, Dustin. 

 

 

 

 

 


// melanie barnes

 

Melanie is a UK lifestyle blogger who focuses on motherhood, slow living, well-being, creativity, yoga and mindfulness. Currently renovating and documenting the process, she encourages her daughter to pick up the camera too. 

 

 

 

// deborah gordon

 

Glasgow based lifestyle blogger and purveyor of minimalist photography, Deborah created her brand Ollie and Seb based around her two little boys.

 

 

 

 

// jenna ogle

 

New York based Jenna is a wife, blogger and mum of four girls. Olivia, Giuliana, Lidia and Evelyn keep her busy alongside her work running Home & The Homemaker. 




 

 

// amanda jane jones

Founder of @definemagazine, Amanda is a graphic designer from Chicago. The BYU grad and mummy to Jane and Miles was also a founding designer of Kinfolk Magazine.

 

Share your mahabis moments with #mahabis...

 

 

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