20 Signs You're The Mom Of The Friend Group
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20 Signs You're The Mom of The Friend Group

You constantly send out the infamous, "please be safe call me if you need." text

20 Signs You're The Mom of The Friend Group

Being the mom friends is one of the most taxing yet rewarding duties. You don't choose the mom friend life it chooses you.

1. No matter what your friend know they can depend on you 

2. You've spent many times trying to rally your drunk friends at 3 a.m. 

3. You spend most of your weekends as the designated driver 

4. You're constantly cooking to assure your friends eat one good meal a week.

5. You always have snacks and treats for everyone 

6. You love to host people and take care of them

7. You always voice your opinion when your friends are about to make questionable decisions 

8. You receive multiple "you were right" text on a daily basis  

9. You always keep an array of medicine and bandages on hand just in case 

10. You're really good at keeping tabs on your friends, but only because you're worried about their well-being. 

11. You're always around when your friends need it the most 

12. You drop everything whenever you get the "I need you" text or call 

13. You constantly send out the infamous, "please be safe call me if you need." text 

14. Your purse literally has the entire CVS in it 

15. You always put your friend's happiness before your own

16. Your friends ask you to cook for their pot luck so they can have extra credit 

17. Your friends ask you to cook because they miss home cooked meals and they can only make instant mash potatoes 

18. You enjoy couponing 

19. You like to suggest staying in instead of going out 

20. Your friends no matter what happens you're there for them, and they love you for it 

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