When Luna started lashing out, the model mama asked other parents on Twitter to share their own mean-kid stories.
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Chrissy Teigen is on a mad twitter roll. First, the Cravings cookbook author successfully placed a call-out for six brown bananas so she could make some seriously scrumptious-looking Bundt-style banana bread.

Then she copped to getting dissed by Kermit the Frog. Now the gorgeous mom to 1-year-old daughter Luna is using her social media skills to reach out to other parents for a bit of moral support, after her adorable mini-me started lashing out:

I mean, it happens to the best of us, right? And Mom Nation couldn't wait to tell this mama model all about their own mean kids.

Canceled? Woo-hoo! Guess we can all go back to bed now, right?

Seriously, though... We are loving all the supportive women who showed up here to help a struggling mama out. Parenting is tough, and it's a beautiful thing to see moms join forces to lift up and encourage one another, especially in this day and age when it seems like mommy shaming has become a national pastime.

Teigen is certainly no stranger to being raked over the parenting coals by the sanctimommies for everything from the way she holds Luna to the fact that she once took her outside without a pair of socks. But we're so glad it hasn't stopped her from keeping it real over on twitter, or from crowdsourcing for help when she needs it.

Please don't ever change, Chrissy! Oh and if anyone wants that banana bread recipe just give us a shout—Teigen graciously posted it on her Snapchat story yesterday and we were all over the screenshot.

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Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Instagram