The QOTW over at Multiples and More is : When did it get "easier" for you?
I am sure everyone will agree it gets better when night time feeds stop and they sleep through the night! I don't think anyone would disagree when I say sleep is the real key. To this day I remember one evening Todd asking me what was wrong in the kitchen in front of the sink ( yes I remember the exact location because I thought I was going crazy ). I just looked at him broke down in tears and said I don't know! He said well I know you need sleep! You are exhausted and your body needs good uninterrupted night of sleep. That night he sent me to bed without the baby monitor. I won't lie and say I woke up the next day a brand new woman, but it did help me stay sane for a few days!;-)
Another big thing is when you no longer have to bottle &/or spoon feed them. Sure at first you mourn losing this one on one time, but then you realize how proud you are too see your
toddlers feeding themselves! Plus you can be loading or unloading the dishwasher, wiping kitchen counters or anything that puts that time to good use. Don't worry I would never leave them unsupervised for fear of choking. ( That is my QOTW when will I ever stop fearing all the could happenings? )
I wish I could say it gets better when they are potty trained, but guess what?!? Mine aren't! :) :) :)
I can say it makes a big difference when they can understand direction and consequences. If only I could get them to implement that in potty training!!
Anyways, I hope that helps! Have a great week everyone!