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Stepmothers often play the role of mothers—they care for and raise their stepchildren, providing them with time and energy, and emotional and financial support. Mother's Day is often an awkward day for them, where they may not get acknowledged at all or may feel awkward for being honored, as they aren't actually the biological mothers of their stepchildren. They may also feel they do not want to get between the biological mothers and their children on the day as well. Stepmother's Day honors the separate and unique relationship and bond that stepmothers have with their stepchildren.

In 2000, the day was created by Lizzie Capuzzi, a nine-year-old from Pennsylvania who wanted to celebrate her stepmother, Joyce. She decided it should be celebrated the Sunday after Mother's Day, and Joyce and Lizzie let Senator Rick Santorum know about the day by sending him a letter. On July 11, 2000, Santorum spoke on the Senate floor, supporting stepparents, acknowledging the day, and that Lizzie created it. This was published in the Congressional Record.

How to Observe Stepmother's Day

If you have a stepmother, make sure to visit or call them today. Make new memories and strengthen your bond with them by spending time together, or taking a day trip somewhere with them. You could give them flowers, a card, or other gifts. Perhaps you could get them a gift related to something they are into, letting them know you value their unique interests. If you have a wife who is the stepmother to your children, and your children are still quite young, you could encourage and help your children to plan something for Stepmother's Day. If you are a stepmother, you could celebrate the bond you have with your stepchildren by spending the day with them and doing something you enjoy doing together. There are variousbooks about being a stepmother you could also read on the day.


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If there is one day of the year that can trigger elation or sadness for a stepmom, it’s usually Mother’s Day. And while stepfathers often find Father’s Day awkward, children and grandparents may find both days very uncomfortable.

Conference speaker and stepmom Laura Petherbridge tells how her husband wants to honor her on Mother’s Day for loving his kids, but he isn’t always sure how. She writes in our book The Smart Stepmom, “My stepsons call and wish me ‘Happy Mother’s Day,’ but we both know I’m not their mom, so it feels awkward. I do not expect my stepsons to honor me on Mother’s Day—because I’m NOT their mom. However, I do desire for my husband to do something nice, such as brunch, as a gesture of gratitude for all the years of working toward building a bridge with his kids.”

Laura is most certainly not alone. A couple of years ago I posted a question: Do you think stepparents should be acknowledged on Mother’s and Father’s Day? The responses poured in, more than for any other question. Danielle wrote, “God put those adults in the lives of those children to be a parental figure. To exclude them is just wrong; it’s almost like a slap on the face. Not acknowledging them is ignoring the part they play in those children’s lives and not recognizing God’s ways for that family.”

Everyone else also agreed that stepparents should be acknowledged, but doing so was often awkward for the entire family.

Relational tensions

Special family days highlight the differing bonds between biological parents, stepparents, and children. Everyone feels the tension when a stepfather tries to carve the Thanksgiving turkey for the first time (and perhaps the tenth) when that role was previously reserved for the father. It just doesn’t feel right. Similarly, Mother’s and Father’s Day will bring to the forefront any ongoing relational tensions within a stepfamily.

A child, for example, may feel that a parent who stands up at church when mothers are honored is trying to take his mother’s place. A stepparent, on the other hand, who has all the pain, frustrations, negative emotions, financial strain, and difficulty of being a parent—but none of the joys—may feel slighted for not receiving a greeting card. As one stepmom put it, “I get all the grief of parenting but I don’t get to enjoy the pleasures associated with being a mom.”

What can families do?

Specific advice on how to honor the stepparent in your family depends on how accepted he or she is within the home. This is a function of time and relationship; the more bonded the stepparent, the more celebratory the family can be. Here are some suggestions to consider.

  • Biological parents can spend the day with the stepparent. Treat him or her like a king or queen; lavish the stepparent with something they really like. Remember to tell them that you recognize that their role is not easy, and that you appreciate how hard they work at caring for your children.
  • Don’t force your child to do something special for the stepparent on Mother’s or Father’s Day. He may feel it is dishonoring his mother or father to show appreciation to the stepparent. This will depend greatly on how the former spouse responds to the stepparent.
  • On the other hand, if children feel comfortable giving a gift to the stepparent, encourage them to do so. One stepmom wrote, “My first Mother’s Day his girls took me out for breakfast. While we were eating they gave me a beautiful card, with wording that was extremely touching. It brought tears to my eyes and I started to cry. The youngest, age 14, also started to cry as well. She really made me feel special by recognizing my deep feelings on Mother’s Day.”

What can churches do?

For many of you reading this, the most important action you can take is to share with your pastor how difficult Mother’s and Father’s Day is for stepparents. Educate them on how frequently stepparents dread going to church that day because of the way it is handled. Elains says, “The way our pastor says ‘mothers,’ you know he only means those by birth. He has the women come forward, and then he prays a blessing upon them. As a stepmom this has always been an awkward moment for me.”

For years I have encouraged church leaders to acknowledge all caregivers of children—foster parents, adoptive parents, grandparents, and stepparents—on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Just use the word stepmom, for example, and you validate her as an important caregiver in her home and remind stepchildren that they too should give her thanks for what she does. It may not seem like much, but a simple word from the pulpit on Sunday goes a long way.


Educate your pastor

It may be obvious to you how confusing Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are for both children and parents in stepfamilies, but it is far from the minds of most pastors. However, it is my experience that once enlightened, many pastors are more than willing to acknowledge stepparents as they never have before.

  • To educate them, give them a copy of this article prior to Mother’s Day so they can plan out their words.
  • Perhaps take them to lunch and share your heart for stepfamilies.

Pastors: What you can say

  1. Special family days present a perfect opportunity for you to communicate awareness of the complexities of people’s lives and grace for their circumstances (foster dads or stepmothers, for example).
  2. Consider utilizing these words as a way of connecting with and affirming the stepparents in your church and community: “This morning is Mother’s Day, a time to honor God’s gift we call ‘mom.’ If you are a mother, a stepmother, an adoptive mother, or a foster mother would you please stand so we can honor you this morning?”
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Happy Stepmother’s Day (Yes, it’s a REAL thing!

In 2000, 9-year old Lizzie Capuzzi decided that she wanted to celebrate her stepmother, Joyce and felt this should be done on the Sunday following Mother’s day. Lizzie decided to take her celebration a step further by reaching out to U.S. Representative Rick Santorum. On July 11, 2000, it was published in Congressional Record No. 88, Vol. 146 that “Sunday after Mother’s Day would now be Stepmother’s Day” and Lizzie was recognized as creating a holiday for the recognition of this type of relationship. Although this holiday is not widely known, it is most certainly in existence, should be celebrated, and is also gaining more and more attention with so many stepmothers in America.


Stepmothers (and stepfathers) play a very important and integral role in all blended families. From caring for their stepchildren and family domestically, emotionally and financially, to also being the support system for their spouse. Some of us have our own children, some not yet, and others will “simply” raise their stepchildren. Stepmoms take on a wide variety of responsibilities and deserve to be acknowledged.

To all of the stepmoms doing their best to care for their stepchildren day in and day out, we recognize you and wish you a very Happy Stepmother’s Day!

written by Michelle Glogovac

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Learn About Stepmom Day

More often than not, stepmothers do their best taking care of the children of their husbands, even if they are not blood related. They care for and raise their stepchildren as if she gave birth to them. Stepmothers provide them with energy, time, emotional, and even financial support. The celebration of the Mother’s day may be awkward to some especially since its essence is founded on the bond between mothers and their biological children. Hence, for the purpose of inclusiveness, people celebrate the Stepmom’s Day in order for children to honor their ever hardworking stepmom.


The National Stepmom’s Day is celebrated every Sunday after Mother’s Day. During this holiday, people all over the world celebrate by conducting various activities related to honoring stepmoms. Some people celebrate by giving gifts and heartwarming letters to their stepmoms. Others celebrate by spending quality time with their stepmoms by going to the mall or any other place where they can bond.

*Do you know?Bereaved Mother’s Day is celebrated on Sunday before Mother’s Day. The holiday honors all mothers who have lost a child.


The Stepmom’s Day is a holiday founded by Lizzie Capuzzi, a 9-year old girl from Pennsylvania who wanted to honor, praise, and show utmost appreciation to her stepmother named Joyce. She was the one who set the celebration date to Sunday after Mother’s Day. To make the event more widespread, Lizzie and Joyce sent a letter to Senator Rick Santorum, who endorsed the idea of such celebration to the Senate floor. He was able to gather support for the acknowledgement of such day. This fact was published in the Congressional Record. Ever since 2000, people all over the world celebrate the Stepmom’s Day.


The Stepmom’s Day is always celebrated on the Sunday after Mother’s Day. This means that the upcoming Stepmom’s Day 2021 will be observed next on Monday, May 17th, 2021.

Why Celebrate

The following are the main reasons why you should celebrate the celebration of the Stepmom’s Day:

To Honor Your Stepmom

First main reason why you should celebrate this holiday is that this is the perfect opportunity for you to honor your stepmom, if you have one. You should show your appreciation to her. She has dedicated her time and effort caring for you and has treated you as her own child even if she is not the one who really gave birth to you. Perhaps your connection with her transcends far more than biological mothers and children.

To Praise a Stepmom You Know

Or maybe you know someone who is a stepmom. If you do, then this day also gives you the best opportunity to honor them for being good stepmoms. There are lots of stories about evil stepmothers. If the stepmom you know is the exact opposite of that, then she warrants praise that you can give.

To Appreciate All Stepmoms in the World

This is also the perfect day wherein you can show your appreciation to all stepmoms all over the world. They too deserve to be praised and honored.

Celebration Ideas and Activities

The following are the best activities to do to make your celebration of the Stepmom Day the best that it can be:

Give a Gift

One good thing to do for your celebration of this day is to give a gift to your stepmom. You should exert an effort in finding out what kind of gift she would like to have. You can then give that to her along with a hug.

Write a Letter

Or you can also try to write a letter for your stepmom. In doing so, grammar or spelling is not important. Just make sure that the letter you write comes from your heart. Let her feel that you love her and appreciate her so much. Tears may come out from her eyes from the happiness of knowing that she is honored and appreciated by you.

Celebrate on Social Media

You can also take your celebration of this day on social media. You can, for instance, use the hashtag #StepmomDay to shout out to all stepmoms in the world that they are good mothers. You can also use this hashtag to let your friends and followers in your social media accounts know that you are also taking part in the celebration of this day.

Happy Stepmother’s Day Quotes Messages

To me you are not just my stepmom, to me you are the world’s best mother, an amazing friend and a sweetheart companion….. Thanks for coming into our lives and adding such beautiful colors into it…. Warm wishes on Step Mother’s Day to you!!!

I just want to thank you for being a part of my life…. You are a superwoman who has been my mentor and my friend, been my inspiration and my confidant in each and every phase of my life….. With lots of love and warm hugs, wishing you a very Happy Mother’s Day.

The way you have blended with our family, it is a reflection that we are a family made for each other…. I am extremely lucky that I have you in my life as the best stepmom every….. Thanks for being the sunshine in our lives….. Best wishes to you on Step Mother’s Day mom!!!

You have not given me birth but you have always loved me, pampered me and cared for me like any other mother would for her child. Wishing you a very Happy Mother’s Day to you.

Having you in my life is one of the sweetest blessings as you taught me to take right steps to move ahead in life and take right decisions. Thanks for being there for me. Happy Stepmom Day.

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Happy Stepmother’s Day Wishes Greetings

You are not just an important part of my father’s life but you are also an important person in my life. Sending you warm wishes on Mother’s Day for your love and care that you have showered on me.

A stepmom like you deserves the best of the wishes on Mother’s Day for loving your step kids like any other mother and raising them into wonderful individuals. Happy Mother’s Day.

Though you are my dad’s wife but you are also a mother to me who was always there for me, taking care of my needs and loving me unconditionally. Wishing you Happy Mother’s Day mom.

You are not my biological mother but you are one person who has taken my best care, taught me to live life and showered me with love and affection. Happy Mother’s Day to you.

On this wonderful occasion of Mother’s Day, I just want to tell you that despite being my stepmother, you have given me all your love, attention and care. Thanks a lot and love you.

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Happy Stepmother’s Day Wishing Lines from Son and Daughter

You came in my life as a beautiful blessing and you completely changed my life with your affection. Having you in my life is the most wonderful thing that happened. Happy Mother’s Day.

I have never told you that how much I respect you for being the most wonderful mother to me despite not giving me birth. You are an amazing woman. Wishing you Happy Mother’s Day.

You came in my life and everything changed for good. You accepted me with open arms and raised me like your own child. Sending you warm wishes on Mother’s Day to you dear mom.

Happy Mothers Day to my beautiful Stepmom. I hope you have a great day and this year brings you all you deserve

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9 Quotes to Honor Stepmoms on Mother’s Day


If you go to any store that sells greeting cards leading up to Mother’s Day, you’re guaranteed to find plenty of cards tailor-made for wonderful biological mothers — who absolutely deserve beautiful gifts on their special day. But caring stepmothers deserve recognition, too. So if you’re looking for great stepmom quotes for Mother’s Day — or any day, for that matter — you’ve come to the right place.

Why Stepmom Quotes for Mother’s Day Matter

Let’s face it: Stepmothers don’t have the best reputation in society today. We’re constantly being bombarded with the concept of the “evil stepmother” in pop culture; it’s hard to think of a female villain in a classic Disney movie who isn’t a mean stepmom. It doesn’t help matters that some celebrities and public figures don’t portray the best example of what it means to have a loving stepfamily. But just because some stepmothers aren’t the greatest role models doesn’t mean we should forget about the fabulous stepmoms who truly “step” outside of themselves, bringing everlasting support, respect, and love into their stepchildren’s lives. That’s why we can almost guarantee that they’ll appreciate reading sweet stepmom quotes for once.

After all, on top of facing unflattering depictions in movies and other media, new stepmothers also have to face the prospect of entering a whole new family — a family with children who have already established routines, traditions, and jokes. And yes, even the most confident woman might be intimidated by meeting her stepkids’ biological mom for the first time. But even if a stepmother has been part of her blended family for years and has developed a wonderful relationship with all these relatives, she still deserves recognition on Mother’s Day — and every day — for all she does. Sharing beautiful quotes for stepmoms with her is just one beautiful way of showing that you not only acknowledge her, but also honor her.

Scroll down to find a stepmom quote you love:

  1. Stepmom Quote About Love

    "Parenthood requires love, not DNA."

    This stepmom quote is perfect for any woman who took her husband's kids under her wing. Any woman needs a lot of courage to play such an important role in children’s lives — especially if she hasn't raised these kids from the get-go. But as we all know, parental love in general takes bravery and strength. If she has more than enough of that devotion to go around, be sure to let her know that on Mother’s Day.

  2. Stepmom Quote About Devotion

    "You don't just complete my dad’s life. You add a special touch to mine, too."

    Many stepmothers fear having a negative relationship with their stepchildren — or not even having a familial relationship at all. It's a beautiful thing when both parties allow the bond to grow and blossom fully, enhancing both of their lives instead of taking anything away. Even so, it never hurts to let a fabulous stepmother know just how much she brings to the table for her stepchildren — not just her husband.

  3. Stepmom Quote About Family

    "Marriage brought us together, but being a family is just what's in our hearts."

    Even though a stepmother obviously didn't give birth to her stepchildren, a deep bond of love in everyone's hearts is the key aspect of any wonderful family. If you're lucky enough to be part of such lovely harmony that happens to include a stepmom, you can never remind her too often of how crucial that is for you and how grateful you are for her. We guarantee she enjoys hearing it every time!

  4. Stepmom Quote About Dedication

    "To my stepmom, you've always been by my dad's side. Today, I want to honor you and let you know I'm right by your side."

    It's true that a stepmom would not have a connection to her stepchildren without the father, but it's nice to acknowledge that she has relationships outside of the one she shares with him. If a caring stepmother is truly there for her stepkids whenever they need her, she needs to hear touching stepmom quotes. Love for everyone in the family is a quality of a woman that should never be overlooked — especially on Mother’s Day.

  5. Stepmom Quote About Relationships

    "Family means a lot — especially when it's filled with someone as special as you."

    You never know which special people are going to become part of your life someday. Of course, those who join your family naturally end up playing huge roles; but a stepmother who makes the choice to fill her stepfamily's hearts with love — without trying to fill any other family member's shoes — is a truly special addition. Why not make her day special by sharing stepmom quotes like this one?

  6. Stepmom Quote About Loyalty

    "We aren't 'step,' we're just family."

    If you're blessed enough to have a stepmother who you consider to be part of the family, be sure to let her know whenever you can. Not everyone is fortunate enough to meet a new family member later in life that enhances their happiness so much — so enjoy and be thankful for every minute. P.S. It never hurts to make her breakfast in bed on Mother's Day!

  7. Stepmom Quote About Blessings

    "You never treated me as a spare child, but as an extra blessing."

    There's a beautiful reason why some stepmothers call their stepchildren "bonus children"; they see their stepkids as yet another wonderful blessing in their lives. To be cherished in that way is one of the most valuable feelings in the world, and this stepmom quote is the perfect way to sum it all up — and to make sure she feels cherished, too.

  8. Stepmom Quote About Gratitude

    "You did not give me the gift of life. Life gave me the gift of you."

    This is the perfect quote to share with a stepmom who has made your life — and your heart — more full just by being there for you. It's not easy to take on the responsibility of raising a child who you didn't give birth to, regardless of the circumstances. Those amazing people who do this important job well deserve great thanks for their strength and tenacity. 

  9. Stepmom Quote About Appreciation

    "Thank you for always 'stepping' up."

    Technically speaking, any woman could be a stepmother. But it takes a truly special woman to fulfill the pivotal "step" of forming a bond with all her stepchildren. And once that step is made, there are countless other steps that follow in the form of further strengthening the connection and love. This stepmother quote is a wonderful way to tell that amazing person how much you appreciate her.

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