Moms are generally a hungry bunch.
Sometimes, they're hungry for food, because in all the day's craziness, eating somehow didn't happen (and baby leftovers don't count.) Mostly, though, what moms are hungry for, is validation.
Moms need someone to talk to. For the first couple years of a child's life, he's not much of a conversationalist. Some kids grow to adulthood and are never given that gift. It's ok. Kids are not your friends. You need FRIENDS you can talk to. Other moms.
Maybe one who has already been where you are.
Who doesn't judge.
Friends who have kids know that you are doing the best you can, and if you got dressed today, it's been a great day of accomplishment. Between the spills and boo boos, the laughter and tears, every day just sort of blurs into the next, and once in a while you drop into the chair from exhaustion, and someone crawls in your lap, because they need.... a hug, they need.... your attention.
They need... what only you can provide.
Those of us who have been there, are cheering you on. I'd take your place in a heartbeat if I could, but you fill a unique role in the life of that child God gave you. His plan and His purpose require you to be there, even when it's hard. Even when it's crazy. Even when you're hungry, and wondering if anyone understands.
We do. We're cheering you on.
You go, girl.