My mother and my older daughter, Jessica, share a few traits: They are both blond, petite, and headstrong. They are also separated in age, energy, and interests by eight decades, which makes spending time with the two of them, simultaneously, a challenge. (One example: Jessica's chaotic cooking experiments — such as creating edible "play dough" — fight with Mom's growing need for calm and consistency.)
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