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In what ways are you “just like your mom“-for better or for worse?



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      Vikki Hall wrote Apr 6, 2011
    • I am pretty non judgemental in most respects. And like my mom I raised my kids to independent of me.




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 6, 2011
    • Like my mother, I’m pretty opinionated.  And once in awhile I hear her voice coming out of my mouth and it scares me!

      But I’m a LOT more like my dad than I am my mom.




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      Mzd3 wrote Apr 6, 2011
    • I was unlucky enough to inherit her social anxiety...

      but also her loving mothers heart.




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      Msj wrote Apr 6, 2011
    • While I did not inherit her huge boobs frown, I did get lucky and get her blue eyes and great, sarcastic, hilarious humor. I also inherited the genes of share and be NICE to people, if you don’t have an answer to a problem, GO FIND someone who DOES!, write letters to WHOMever can help if you need it.
      And STICK up for those who can’t stick up for themselves!
      GO GO MOM!heartheart




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      Anne E wrote Apr 6, 2011
    • MSJ-so sweet!  I did not inherit my mom’s excellent social & hostessing skills or her political beliefs.  

       Today I was telling my daughter how when I was growing up sometimes my mom would get mad at something I did and other times I would did the exact same thing and she wouldn’t get at all upset. And, of course, my daughter says “You‘re like that too!” worried




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      Denise Richardson wrote Apr 7, 2011
    • I as well as my siblings feel me out of all of them have almost all of my moms qualities except for her drinking issues lol, thank goodness I don’t have that but, I share so many of my moms traits till it is not funny, I look at my hands even now and I see hers. She was a great cook, had a great creative mind, and loved to decorate anything, she had a wonderful sense of humor and love to entertain people, she was a very hard worker and was dedicated to whatever she put her hands to do and would not be satisfied until it was right and completed, and was the life of any party thats me! LOL, but she also had that spiritual side where she was rooted in and loved the Lord, and she could put a curl in your hair that would last you a life time it seemed lol she was a beautician in the early years of my life, my mom was a very special woman, but she left me too soon, even though for most of my life she and I didn’t have a good relationship we were getting closer as she aged and then took sick, but I do thank God for those moments together with her.happy




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      Yana Berlin wrote Apr 7, 2011
    • I inherited my dad’s personality and creativity.

      My mom is shy where I’m not. My mom is diplomatic, I’m not. My mom is quite I’m not.

      BUT, I hear myself repeating the same things to my kids as my mom said to me. With each and every year I look more and more like my mom.




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      Marya1961 wrote Apr 10, 2011
    • Where to begin..lol...I inherited my mother’s love of knowledge..searching and seeking out answers, her love of cooking (and she can cook), her ability to nurture, compassion and dedication.

      On the flip side, I also inherited her anxiety/hyperactivity, very opinionated (which I try to curb), displeasure with the ordinary (my mother seeks out the new and unusual, she had hippie traits), anger with men at times (which I also try to keep under control)

      I love her!!heart




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      Mysticalpatterns wrote Apr 12, 2011
    • About the only thing I got from my mom was my height (we are both under 5‘2“) and her crafting/artistic ability.  Aside from that we aren’t much alike.




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