If you are looking for creative ways to spend time with your daughter, here are 9 fun mother daughter date ideas. You will have such a special time with your precious little ones.
9 Fun Mother Daughter Date Ideas
We always try to have special outings with our children. It is so special to have quality time.
Recently, I shared some fun ideas for dates for moms and their sons. Today, let’s talk about ideas for you and your daughter. They certainly like their one-on-one time with Mom, too.
If you need some good ideas, try these mother daughter activities for a great opportunity to spend time together. These great ideas will make for lots of memories during mom and daughter time.
Feel free to modify these ideas for your schedule or preference. And remember, you do not have to spend a bunch of money to have fun together creating memories.
You can have a special time just having a dance party in your living room drinking hot chocolate.
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Let’s get started with this super fun ideas.
1. Get your nails done together.
This classic idea never gets old. If your daughter loves to feel girly, there isn’t a more classic date than going to the nail salon.
Make it special by bringing snacks and stopping for Starbucks or ice cream to enjoy on the outing.
Another option is to have a spa day at home. Maybe going out isn’t in the budget so try doing a manicure or pedicure at home.
You can still have so much fun doing this at home. The time spent together is truly priceless.
Girls love getting their make up done and they love doing Mom’s make up even more. Take an evening to stay home and play make up with your daughter.
This idea will provide memories for years to come. This is always a fun date night idea with my girls. Everyone has a blast doing the makeovers.
You will have the best time and sure to hear lots of laughter. Your daughter will have fun being allowed to play with makeup during this special time.
3. Make jewelry
Depending where you’re located, there may be a jewelry-making shop nearby. You can take a class together and have something to take home.
If you don’t have anything like this locally, pick up a few things from your local craft store. You can create something simple yet fun at home.
Many craft stores often have kits you can buy that include instructions and all the supplies you need. This would be an excellent idea if you aren’t very crafty and need some guidance.
If your daughter is on the younger side, look into bumper bowling. They put bumpers in the gutters so she’s bound to knock down at least some pins. Many bowling alleys even have cosmic bowling with fun lights and music.
Contact your local bowling alley to see what fun opportunities they have. You might even find out about discount nights or times to play. The money saved can be used for ice cream.
5. Go on a road trip.
With daily activities and schedules there isn’t always time for that. This makes a leisurely road trip even more fun.
6. Head to a farm or orchard.
Most areas have at least one farm or orchard nearby where you can pick your own produce. Eckert’s outside of St. Louis, for example, has pick-your-own peaches, blackberries, strawberries, vegetables, apples, and pumpkins depending on the time of year.
There’s nothing quite as tasty as a warm, ripe strawberry fresh from the farm. Check around your area to see local options everyone would love.
7. Go horseback riding or to the races.
This date will be a hit if your little lady enjoys horses. Search for farms that provide trail rides or even just rides around their property.
If you’re not feeling quite up to riding, look into a trip to the races instead. You may have a racetrack nearby, and you and your daughter can pick a horse to cheer for.
8. See a play or a concert.
Community theatre or a performance at a local school are cost-effective ways to introduce your daughter to live theatre without breaking the bank. Plus, if she’s not into it, you can leave at intermission without feeling like you wasted money.
You might just find your daughter catches the acting bug.
9. Go on a hike.
Spending time outside is one of the best ways to clear your minds and reconnect. If you have hiking trails nearby give them a try.
If not, head to a nearby lake or pond and just wander. It’s amazing what fresh air will do for both of you. You can pack a picnic or even have a tea party.
Try these Mommy Daughter date ideas.
Keep in mind that these Mother Daughter Day Ideas are interchangeable with the ones for your son. The key is to focus on your child’s interests.
If your daughter loves baseball, take her to a sporting event. Do you have a son who loves to perform? Take him to a performance at a local theatre.
Celebrate who your child is and what they love, and you’ll both have a wonderful time on your date. It can be as simple as having a game night with snacks. Kids will love playing their favorite board game.