You have only five minutes before you have to leave for school and you use it to change your son's soaking wet diaper rather than grab a Diet Dr. Pepper for breakfast.
You often find yourself pumping with one hand, straight ironing your hair with the other while reading an assigned case for your first law class.
You have ever had to ask a Professor or other Staff permission to use the freezer in their lounge to store breast milk because you forgot your insulated milk thermos.
You often wonder why is it that non parent students can't find the time to change out of their pajamas when you managed to shower and dress not only yourself but an infant as well. (I remember being a single nonparent and frequently being in that situation though).
You find yourself adopting a cost-benefit analysis to parenting decisions.
You think your boobs are so big that people need an easement to go around you.
You have ever thought your baby not sleeping through the night is just unconscionable.
You hope that your baby never EVER decides to go to lawschool.
You hate to admit it but five extra minutes of sleep is starting to sound much better than five minutes of passionate (or not so passionate) love making.