What can my daughter and I do for mother, daughter day?

Shay - posted on 01/21/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )

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We have decided to do this a couple times a month, so just need ideas for the future. Thanks

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How old is she? There's shopping, movie and ice cream, pedicure/manicure, paint your own pottery, get your hair styled, bowling, ice skating, roller skating, or hiking. The times I remember best are when my mom and I baked together. We made cut out cookies and decorated them or made cookies that required rolling them in to balls and sugar.

Barbara - posted on 10/23/2012

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You did not mention her age so it hard to say. If she is under 12 years old then anything to do with art would be fun and taking her to a G or PG movie and having lunch would also be fun. If she is over 12 years old a manicure and pedicure would be fun picking out colors and go shopping and also to a movie and lunch. If the weather is nice any outdoor thing like picking pumpkins and going to a farm for this time of year is fun. Cooking and baking is also fun. Planing what she likes to do. Go ice skating, roller skating, bowling, golfing, basketball, any sports that you both like to do.

Christina - posted on 01/21/2010

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Renee, that's so funny...I was going to suggest the same thing! Those paint it yourself pottery places are great!

Renee - posted on 01/21/2010

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What about "As you Wish" the pottery place. I've done that with my daughter and we both enjoy it. My daughter does not enjoy shopping, she prefers something with art like the painting. I'm not very good at it but the stuff we've made has stayed special for us.

Amanda - posted on 05/10/2013

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You can go out for dinner then go back home have a spa night then late at not have a movie night x

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