Suggestions and Hints
First write the scene from the daughter’s point of view, using lots of dialogue and only the daughter's inner thoughts.
Then put that aside and write the scene from the mother’s point of view. You need not have the exact same dialogue and the story will be very different from the mother’s point of view.
This is a great eye opener of an exercise geared to deepening your understanding of the writer's technique of point of view.
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