1. Showering and sleep time are valuable, tradable commodities in your house.
2. Taking your kid(s) to the grocery store is an all-day adventure requiring all-hands-on-deck, and is referred to as an "educational opportunity."
3. You have to pay a
4. That fifteen-minute meeting ends up taking the entire four hours.
5. You have to buy a three-inch binder to hold all the necessary paperwork for any meeting or appointment about your child.
6. You have to buy a new binder every year, just for that year's paperwork.
7. You find yourself evaluating toys based on developmental and therapeutic value.
8. You have forgotten what it was like to be out of the house after 10 pm. Either you are already asleep by then, or you have to use the after-kids-are-asleep time to do things like go to the grocery store, wash clothes, clean the house, and blog.