For a Preview of Her Future Just Check Out Her Mom–Dave’s Diary
When it comes to mothers and daughters, the apple does not fall far from the tree. A new study by Hallmark cards reveals that at about age 32, women find they are turning into their moms, copying habits like worrying, stocking up on groceries and watching soap operas.
And that is also when they begin to use "mom-isms" like "Because I said so," and "I'll give you something to cry about." According to behavioral expert Judi James, it is perfectly natural as you age to begin to act like the most important person in your life.
But while two-thirds of women admit they are getting more mommy-like every day, only one third of men say the same.