How To Make A Mom Friend

How To Make A Mom Friend

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There’s a million songs about a mom sitting alone waiting for her mom friend. OK, no, there isn’t, but maybe there should be. Making a mom friend is a dirty business and someone has to do it. Whether you sneak into the “full” moms’ group or pretend your kids have the same birthday, we’re not here to judge. Just make sure you don’t try to pass off a dog as your own — you’ll always get caught.