I’ve always been the sort of person that looks up to functional people, people that have their act together. I guess this is because I constantly feel discombobulated and like I’m just sliding by in life.

Despite the fact that I am, in fact, 30 years old, most of the time I feel like I’m an adolescent. I need guidance constantly. I need someone to tell me what to do.

Enter, the veteran moms.

The veteran moms, who I’ve encountered, have been through those tough times. It doesn’t matter how many children they have. They always seem to have a solution to a child-based problem. And when I am having a tough time, when I am ready to throw myself out a window from sheer frustration, they always seem to know what to do.

I just want to take a moment and thank all the veteran moms out there who have guided me on my motherhood journey thus far. You know who you are. Feel free to post a “you’re welcome” comment if you are a member of this group.

Are you a young (and possibly discombobulated) mom? Do you take advice from veteran moms too?

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