Kim Kardashian Gives Chrissy Teigen #MomLife Advice & It's Pretty Good

Chrissy Teigen and Kim Kardashian West

If you're a new or expectant mother with questions, remember this: When in doubt, ask a friend who has kids. No, seriously, they're awesome -- and sometimes provide Yoda advice that will help you sharpen your Jedi talents. Kim Karadashian's #momlife advice to Chrissy Teigen is not only funny, but also very, very true.

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The 35-year-old reality star and mom of two (Kim and her husband Kayne West have 2-year-old daughter North and 1-month-old son Saint) had no problem taking to Twitter, where she shared a few oh-so-common sentiments that come with the mom territory.

At first, Kim expressed great happiness for a quiet home, which would make any mother jump for joy (bust out the wine on that one, mama!).

 

Well ... I hope you enjoyed the shut-eye, Kim. As you can see, Saint spoiled the slumber party, but for good reason. When baby's hungry, you gotta feed him.

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Apparently, buddy and mom-to-be Chrissy Teigen saw Kim's early morning confessions and had to chime in. Sometimes, all one really needs is a sad face to express his or her emotions.

Seeing as Chrissy and John Legend are expecting their first child this spring, something tells me Chriss will learn real quick about those late-night feedings. Kim definitely seems to be in agreement, as she gave the 30-year-old model some very good advice ...

... or a warning, depending on how you take it.

Haha, I love Chrissy's response. Nice try!

There's nothing wrong with trying to "keep it real." In fact, it just might help a fellow mommy sister out. When you're a new mother, you don't sleep.

End of story.

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As excited as I was to become a mother, I wish my friends told me about the realities of trying to keep up with a baby. It's not always glamorous, and it can be hard work.

Kim, you're right: The #MomLife can put a hurting on you -- but boy is it worth it.

 

 

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