10) Once a routine has been established and you’ve both settled into it, that’s when the toddler will decide the routine is no longer valid.
9) Diaper blowouts will always be more likely to occur in the car seat than at home. This doubly applies to infants.
8) Events you schedule in advance at certain times suddenly and inexplicably become the prime napping time.
7) The more tired you are, the less likely it is your toddler will go down for a nap without a fight.
6) Toddlers (and infants) have adult sized farts, adult sized poops, and generate as much laundry as twelve adults.
5) The best place for a tantrum is always in public.
4) No matter how clean your house is, they will find something gross to stick into their mouths, like dead flies or year-old-raisins from under the couch cushion.
3) They refuse to understand the concept of “no” until they’re old enough to loudly, and forcefully, repeat it themselves.
2) Sharing is caring, but toddlers are selfish little miscreants.
1) Your comfort is always, always, inversely proportional to theirs. This means they’re the most comfortable when you’re standing up and less when you’re sitting down. If you’re actually laying down, you better get used to being perfectly still and ridiculously quiet, like you’re hunting wabbits.