Mother Daughter Bucket List

mother daughter bucket list

These days, mother-daughter moments require a little more planning for every mom; we are so much busier. {Tweet This So, I am on it.  Here is my mother-daughter bucket list.  It’s a list with no age limit and no deadline.  Personalize it to fit your own interests and your girls’ ages.  Just remember: It’s not about how many items you cross off, but rather that you complete them together.

Mother Daughter Bucket List

    1. Develop a signature family recipe.
    2. See a Broadway play.
    3. Get in the car and spontaneously drive somewhere.
    4. Take a mother-daughter trip abroad.
    5. Have a mother-daughter photo shoot.
    6. Bury a time capsule.
    7. Complete a physical challenge: climb a mountain, hike a trail, run/walk a marathon, etc.
    8. Write a list of qualities that your daughter should look for in a man.
    9. Serve at a local shelter.
    10. Plan an outing for every holiday: pumpkin patch, Christmas tea, etc.
    11. Get a free makeover at a department store.
    12. Do a Bible study together.
    13. Plant a garden with your favorite flowers.
    14. Go to a weekend arts/crafts class.
    15. Make homemade ice cream.
    16. See your favorite sports team play live.
    17. Have a classic movie marathon.
    18. Go on a special shopping spree.
    19. Play in the rain.
    20. Redecorate your daughters room.
    21. Learn how to change a tire. (Hopefully not because you have a flat!)
    22. Explore the local places you’ve never been.
    23. Get up early and watch the sunrise.
    24. See each of your favorite bands together.
    25. Go shopping and try on outfits you would never think of purchasing.
    26. Have karaoke night.
    27. Update and paint a room in your house.
    28. Visit every local museum.
    29. Have a spa weekend: at-home or out and about.
    30. Visit a big city for a weekend.
    31. Do something only your daughter has always wanted to do.
    32. Do something only your mom has always wanted to do.
    33. Give Grandma a surprise. Take her out spontaneously. Double Mother-Daughter Day!
    34. Look at baby photos of both of you and reminisce together; share ancestor stories/favorite memories.
    35. Lay in the grass together and make pictures out of the clouds.
    36. Journal: From when they’re little, keep track of it in a journal so they can have it later. Add pics to it if you want.
    37. My daughter and I did pottery together. She loved it and now wants to start a collection.
    38. Test drive or rent your dream car (that you have no intention of buying) together.
    39. How about dancing? Just turn on music at-home and dance until you drop. Or play old songs and show her how to do the moves.
    40. Dress up: Do each other’s hair and makeup. Dress in fancy dresses and have a nice dinner party. Make sure to take pictures together. (This can be done at any and all ages and is a great reminder that beauty is external AND internal!)

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