When you are trying to get the toddler to sleep, and you've nursed him, snuggled, sung till your throat is sore, he's limp and snoring in your arms and the INSTANT he touches the sheets of his cot he's wide awake and shrieking.
Honestly, it's a cot, not an Iron Maiden!
Bonus points if this happens at 2am...
Mine doesn't shriek, but there have been times that the sure-fire way to wake him up was putting him in bed, even if nothing else would wake him up.
Another thing I hate: Some time after dinner I am nursing my baby in bed, after the whole bath and diaper changing ritual. My DH lies down next to me and I notice him turnimg his head away a little.
Me: "yeah, I'll brush my teeth when I'm done with the baby.
DH: " yeah you REALLY need to brush your teeth!"
Thanks for rubbing it in. Did I mention that I didn't have time for it after dinner so far?
Another thing I hate: when people question occurances of my body needs. Sounds a bit vague, but let me give examples:
I need to go to the toilet: but you didnt need to go half an hour ago!
I am hungry two hours after dinner: how can you be hungry again now? (clarification: yes I ate enough)
I am spending quite some time on the toilet: what's taking you so long? (you REALLY want an answer to that?)