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What are some fun mother-daughter activities?

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Some fun mother-daughter activities for bonding are a special day trip, doing crafts, getting a spa treatment and cooking a meal together. When a mother needs some time to bond with a daughter, it can be fun to just go away for a day or two to a city like New York and see famous sites, visit museums, see a Broadway show or go shopping together.

For bonding with teenage daughters, mothers can treat them to a spa day, where they can spend the day together relaxing and getting different types of beauty treatments.

With young daughters, mothers have many options, such as inviting them to either do some crafts or cook up a special meal. Some craft ideas are creating a scrapbook, making a friendship necklace and newspaper party hats.


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