Upon becoming a parent, there are lots of new skills you have to learn. How to change a diaper, how to burp a baby, and how to warm up (and not overheat) a bottle of formula or breast milk are just a few.
However, you still have to go about the rest of your day, doing all the other things you normally did pre-kid, such as making dinner, sending emails, taking the dog for a walk, and so on. But now, as a parent, you’re more than likely going to have to do more than one of these at the same time. Which leads me to the parenting axiom #48612:
Parenting is the art of doing everything one-handed. #parenting
— Joel Gaff, Jr. (@joelga) November 8, 2018