Just in the last week, I've experienced a new phenomenon of motherhood: whatever I have, my daughter wants. She's only nine months old, but whether it's my sparkling water, hummus, pendant necklace, or magazine, if mama's eating, wearing, or using it, she'd like it, too — and she knows how to get it. (I'm already terrified for her teenage years.) Before she can raid my jewelry box in a few years, I'm thinking I should consider investing in the Cuties collection from Samantha's Charms. Designed by Samantha Freedman, a former attorney based in Boston, Cuties is a collection that includes necklaces and bracelets featuring animal charms in two sizes — a larger one for mommy and a smaller one for daughter. The matching bears, giraffes, ducks, elephants, and pigs come in 14k rose gold-plated, yellow gold-plated, and sterling silver, and range from $60 to $85 each. So what do you think about Samantha's take on mommy-daughter jewelry? Weigh in below!