A mentor does not need to be someone older (although they often are), but they need to guide you and listen to you as you walk the path you are currently on. They need to be willing to take time for you and invest in your life. And as you learn from them, they will probably learn a thing or two from you.
I urge you to look for a mentor if you do not have one already. Perhaps an older friend, an aunt or a lady from your church or bible group. Having access to a second set of eyes and ears can mean so much when we are unable to step back and take a look at our own lives. Having a heart-friend to encourage you and support you is immeasurably important.
Sally Clarkson knows the importance of Moms. She devotes much of her time to encouraging and mentoring other mothers. Take a look at this video and then visit Sally's website, I Take Joy and read awhile. You won't be disappointed.
I hope this video encourages you. I hope it reminds you of how very, very important You Are and how special your works are in the every-day.
Be blessed, Mommas