Australian blogger Laura Mazza started her blog The Mum on the Run after struggling with postnatal depression with her first child, Luca. She felt alone and confused, and so began writing to connect with other mums who might be going through a similar situation. And because quite simply, she enjoys writing.

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The blog now has almost 250k followers thanks to her heartfelt and honest posts, where she discusses everything from anxiety to the first poop. Laura’s straightforward, no bulls**t writing style has really endeared her to her readers – she clearly loves her kids to bits and wouldn’t have it any other way, but there’s no sugarcoating of things here!

Laura’s latest viral post is some tongue-in-cheek ‘preparation’ for having kids. How can you really know what to expect? Well, Laura has put together a handy checklist of things you can try, which might give you a basic idea of what parenthood is really like.

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Nothing like a bit of real-life experience to get you mentally prepared for what’s to come! The post quickly caught on with sympathetic parents and horrified non-parents alike, with over 120k likes and shares on Laura’s Facebook page.

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Besides her blogging, Laura is a social worker. She took her masters in psychology with the ultimate goal of helping new mamas to cope with their sudden life changes, which she manages to do in all kinds of creative and often amusing ways.

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“For once I don’t think I saw any negative comments, every kid is the same!” Laura told Bored Panda about her latest viral post. “Even the older generation of followers told me it gave them a good laugh because it was the same for them, and those are the days they DON’T miss.”

Despite the obvious difficulties and frustrations that can come with parenthood, Laura firmly believes that if she had to do it all over again, she would do it exactly the same way. “As much as I’m sleep deprived, my hair is more silver than tinsel and I look like an old haggard woman who can’t jump without having protective underwear on, I wouldn’t change a thing,” she told us.

“Every day is an adventure and if I was overly prepared, I don’t think it would be.”

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What do you think? Can you relate to some of this ‘advice?’ Scroll down below to read other people’s reactions, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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Here’s what people had to say about the hilarious post