Thanks I was feeling for starting this thread. It's nice to know I'm okay with having the occasional eye rolling moment. Especially when I work so hard at taking good care of myself, making major adjustments in my life so that I can stay feeling as good as possible. (Like forgetting about certain gifts in order to go to the chiro).
I think part of it too, at least for me, is eye-rolling at my younger self, you know? I mean, I wish I could go back and shake my younger self by the shoulders and say, "you have ONE baby! She actually NAPS! You have NO IDEA how good you have it!" I totally know that I used to be just as bad as the moms I roll my eyes at now. So, I'm not so much laughing at them, as laughing at me . . .
But you never know how much you can handle till you have to handle it. I think as long as you're kind-spirited about it (i.e., know that without your twin experience, you'd have no idea how comparitively easy the singleton experience is, so really, you're just as bad), a bit of secret eye-rolling can actually help get you through a hard day, just because it's nice to have a giggle in the middle of all of this: ::::: Hug::