Next time you log onto Facebook, you might notice a different reaction in the lineup. It’s a flower emoji, but it may not stand for what you think.
It means “grateful” or “thankful,” and it’s in honor of Mother’s Day, which is Sunday, May 14.
Facebook originally introduced the icon last year around this time, adding it to the existing range of reactions: love, haha, wow, sad, and angry.
Now the flower symbol is back, and it’s just one of several features Facebook is rolling out to commemorate Mother’s Day.
The company is also adding Mother’s Day-themed masks and frames to its camera, and users can send digital greetings cards.