1. Constant physical contact with little ones. 24/7. Nonstop.
2. People who complain about having a restless night when you’re so sleep deprived you can’t even talk.
3. Snotty noses.
4. People who ask “What’s wrong with him?” when he’s having a tantrum in the grocery store. He’s two, that’s what’s wrong.
5. Potty training.
6. Church nursery workers who bring your baby back to you. Thankfully this hasn’t happened at our own church, but it has at others!
7. People who assume your incomplete sentences are because you’re done talking, when really it’s just that you’ve forgotten how to finish a thought after years of being constantly interrupted by children.
8. Dirty dishes that haven’t been scraped.
9. People who ask “Is she talking to herself?” when she’s playing on her own.
10. People who stop you to talk at length about how busy they are, but don’t realize that you don’t have time to chat because you’re in the middle of running errands with a toddler on your hip, a phone ringing in your purse, a bag of perishable groceries in your hand, and a diva pulling on you because they have to go to the bathroom “right now!”.
What pet peeves have you discovered since having children?
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