DH made a comment the other day that DS seems spoiled. I never really thought about it until he brought it up but I'm kinda starting to (maybe) agree. DS is our only child and I stay home full time with him. I'm pretty much his main provider because DH works long, stressful hours at his job. So basically I'm pretty quick to respond to whatever he needs.
We've noticed more often than not if I don't respond quick enough, DS throws these huge fits that involve laying on the floor, screaming and crying. They are not the "I'm hurt" cry, it's the "I'm irritated" cry. I want to teach DS that sometimes he has to wait until I'm in a position to help or attend to him. (Like when I'm covered in soapy water or switching around laundry.) He plays well by himself, most of the time, and is a great kid...we're just kind of at a loss on what to do with working on waiting.
So my questions are: How did you teach your children to wait and am I expecting too much from DS and should just let it be for now or start working on it now?