OK I hope what I am about to post isn't insanely offensive.
What I want to know is why do people say to others just as an example "oh, you're lucky because you work and you're not stuck at home all day with babies and toddlers. I can't sleep while you get to do this, that and the other?"
First of all, thanks for telling me the ins and outs of my day, I'm flattered to have so many stalkers who know so much about my life.
But didn't we kinda..... sorta.... choose to have our children?
I chose not to have children very together because I couldn't afford to at the time and knew it would be tough.
I don't say to my childless friends and family members "gee, you are so lucky to not have to get up to a screaming child all night"... they're not lucky - they made a decision to not have children yet!! (their time will come jk)
I guess I could say "well you're lucky that you have more than one child".
I just don't understand. Please don't take this as inflammatory - I am truly trying to understand why people consciously make a decision and then bag out others for their and act like they are living the high life without knowing anything about them.