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Relationships between mothers and daughters come in many a form, as varied as the array of human personalities that exist within those moms and their beloved, if sometimes frustrating, kids. In fact, the mother-daughter relationship may be one of the most complex that exists in all of human relations, both more intimate but also at times more fraught with difficulty than one with a husband or wife. Those who know you best can let you down the most, and who knows you better—sometimes most annoyingly so—than your own mom? Paige Williams' New York magazine article on the extremely harmonious mom-kid duo of Julie and Samantha Bilinkas sheds light on one such relationship, which appears at different points as something we should feel jealous of and something we should be concerned about. Is this good? What does it even mean?
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6 Ways to Make Mom Friends
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There is no one else, not even my adoring partner, who understands the emotional roller coaster that is daily life with small children. Finding mom friends is just like dating. You have to figure out exactly what it is you're looking for. Then you must scour the earth for someone who meets your needs and awkwardly ask them on a play date with all of the anxiety of a pubescent teen. I have never needed friends so much as now —as I am knee-deep in laundry and my dining room table coated with a distinct layer of yesterday's oatmeal. My mom friends are my rocks and I cling to them through the storms of parenthood. Through trial and error, through growth pains and additional children, I have whittled down the qualities that I think are most important in a great mom friend.
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Everything I Wish I Knew About Finding a Mom Tribe
Making mom friends moms with kids the same age as yours that you click with, laugh with, and share your deepest fears with isn't an easy feat, but it's an important one. So whether you're a new mom or a mom in a new situation for example, you just moved to a new location , brushing up on those friend-making skills is key. Like any first date, making a first playdate with a new mom friend can be nerve-racking.
Finding mom friends or a tribe of women to connect with is essential for surviving the chaotic early years with kids. To make true mom friends that you can call on during the tough days of motherhood, follow a few essential steps. I was the new girl in town, with a baby on the way. No friends nearby to call on for support.