When trying lift Eli in his infant car seat onto anything above waist height. (This is exactly why we have now switched to a convertible car seat.)
When another mom admits to me her kid ate a non-edible object too.
When Eli's rolling around in the middle of the living room and I have to jump over him to rescue my computer from getting beat on.
When someone asks me why I became a SAHM.
JK JK JK JK. :(
When I see a child misbehaving and am watching to see how the parents handle it.
Every time I use my Target Red Card and save 5 percent. (Now if only I could get Mike to see it that way.)
When someone tells me that "motherhood looks good on me."
When I think Eli is playing quietly by himself at least 10 feet away and suddenly I realize he's rolled right under my feet.
When my iPhone dies because I've used it too much that day.
When Eli's crying in the car during a long road trip and I'm all out of tricks to make him stop.
When looking at the fridge and trying to figure out what to feed Eli and I for lunch.
When I really start thinking about how Eli isn't truly crawling yet.
When we have guests and I inevitably trip over a toy in the living room.
When yet another mom tells me how great her minivan is and that I'll eventually rock one too -- and I don't want to admit she's right.
When I get to eat by myself.
At the end of the day when I realize that I never had to change Eli's outfit and he's still semi-clean.
When I bring inside a new Amazon shipment.
When Eli only drops three pieces of food on the floor instead of 65,000.