You might not think of someone who got pregnant as a teenager as being the ideal person to reach out to for advice about ... well, anything.
But Kailyn Lowry's advice might be exactly what pregnant Kylie Jenner needs to hear.
After all, who could know better about going from young and hot to mom with a tot than a Teen Mom star? Just don't ask Kailyn for baby naming advice.
Since getting pregnant in high school, Kailyn's lived the non-millionaire version of what Kylie's about to go through.
Because the reality of the matter is that your social life changes when you become a mom -- at any age.
Even a 35-year-old first-time parent is going to suddenly have to turn down invitations, because they have a small human that's adorable though very noisy and it needs constant supervision or it could die.
They'll find themselves missing out on sleep and unable to party and stay out late like they used to, even at times when someone else is taking care of their baby.
It's more than just a shift in lifestyle -- that can happen when you get a new job, basically. It's a total, radical reprioritization that impacts more or less every part of your life.
That shift is going to be even more dramatic for someone who becomes pregnant at 16 ... or 19 ... and is accustomed to a great deal of freedom and minimal responsibility at an age where they are not socially expected to become mothers.
And ... there are fears that Kylie does not fully appreciate what it means to be a mother or how much her life is going to change. Forever.
TMZ spoke to Kailyn Lowry and asked if she had any words of wisdom to share with Kylie Jenner.
We have to hand it to them -- it might never have occurred to us to ask a Teen Mom star about Kylie Jenner.
Kailyn seemed to be ready to share some advice, though she confesses that she doesn't know all that much about Kylie.
"For me, it was a little different because I was still in high school ... she's pretty young, and I can't imagine that a whole lot of her friends have kids at their age."
There's a huge difference when you're still in high school, because you're still a minor who's suddenly jumping forward a decade in terms of responsibilities.
But, at the same time, Kylie's peers can't really relate to Kylie's pregnancy any more than a high schooler's can.
And that's going to change things.
"Your social life definitely changes because you can't always go out when your friends wanna go out, because you're either pregnant or you have a newborn."
"I think it'll be different for her because I'm sure she'll have a lot of help and she'll have nannies and stuff."
We anticipate a small army of nannies. Plus lots of time spent with aunts and, of course, Kylie's daughter's proud grandmomager.
"I don't know; i think when your friends can't really relate, they kind of stop coming around."
We're sure that Kailyn had this unfortunate experience.
But only time will tell whether Kylie does.
Is her social clout among her friends enough that they won't stop coming around?
Or can even Kylie become too boring and her life too baby-centric?
Kylie will have help, though.
"I mean, I know money can definitely make things easier -- I know you can pay to have help."
Plus Kylie's whole family will likely be willing to pitch in when needed.
(Though Kim and Khloe will have newborns of their own)
Imagine the fallout of Kylie's friends all deserted her.
But ... here's our take on that:
Any friend of Kylie's who was willing to put up with her during her years of dating Tyga is probably going to have no problem putting up with her as a mom.
Childcare is no joke, but we'd take time around a newborn over someone who talks about Tyga all of the time, any day.