You just got home from grocery shopping at Wal-mart.
It took you two hours because you have a 6 month old and a 2 year old with you and the 2 year old likes to get out of her seat and help you put things in the cart.
You finally have all the grocery bags out of the car and strewn haphazardly across the counters. Cold and frozen items have been sitting in the warm car for 20 minutes and need to be put away NOW.
The 6 month old is still strapped in her car seat, which is also sitting on the kitchen floor, and she's crying loudly, telling you that she's hungry and wants to eat NOW.
The 2 year old is standing between your legs repeatedly reminding you that she has a "stinky poo poo diaper" and wants a "pee-nu-butter san-wich" for lunch NOW.
And you... well you have needed to go to the bathroom for two hours and may need to start wearing diapers yourself unless you go to the bathroom NOW!
Ahhhh... what to do first? Decisions... decisions. Welcome to the frenzy that happens after the shopping is over!