The Mother’s Day is on the second Sunday before Christmas. It’s the greatest day of all mothers and women in general. This time the children tie their mothers, who then have to buy themselves out with a small gift. Most often, they get “untied” with cakes and other sweets. On that day, celebrations are sometimes organised at churches, when children tie up mothers, who then get untied with already prepared gifts. Sometimes visits to hospitals and children’s wards are organised when sick children receive presents.