Your breaks consist of the following: (1) the moment everyone else falls asleep for nap time/bed time; (2) the five seconds you have to run to the bathroom - although this is never a guarantee; (3) when the grandparents take over.
When you need advice or assistance, you simply get on your knees and pray. (Fortunately, most requests are answered almost instantly)
You must be able to do multiple tasks one-handed or no-handed, blindfolded and backwards.
You must know the TV schedule for Max and Ruby by heart and have CARS and WALL-E on DVD for backup in case of meltdown.
You need on hand at all times your mandatory supplies: juice cup, bottle, burp cloth, bib, diapers, snacks, carpet cleaner, laundry detergent, dish detergent, pacifier, car seat (and car, preferably with large trunk filled up by giant double stroller), blankie, change of clothes, toilet paper, bouncy seat, baby swing, camera and breast pump.
It is demanding, exhausting, and overwhelming at times and in this economy it can be financially straining
...but it is also amazing, heartwarming, and fulfilling. Not to mention the benefits are priceless...