Maybe some moms and daughters, like some family members, just get along better than others. What's different about Samantha and Julie is that they're doing these "friend" things at a younger age—and they live in the same city, the same home, even. Jen Doll is a former staff writer for The Wire. There's the mom, someone has one, someone likely to work in your very own office, whom that daughter speaks to daily, gets advice from, shops with, with whom she confides in every matter, things you can't imagine talking about with your own mom. We grew up very differently, and to some extent, perhaps we don't always see eye to eye about where the other has come from. Certainly, it's different to be friends with your grown-up daughter than it is to say that your toddler is your BFF, and worry about what will happen when she finds pals her own age, as one woman Williams quotes wrote on Babble. We don't talk daily, or hourly, as do some adult women and their moms.
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