Husband is home and adding tasks for you? (Have you communicated how much stress this adds?) I've been single parenting for years, so I don't have that added irritation anymore :-), but I'd recommend some discussion with him about the fact that you could use some help in the evenings--or at very least, try not to pile more on? As for the babies, not sure of their ages, but at a certain point, I started taking time-outs for myself... walk away from the situation (they will survive without you for 5-10 minutes).
Here's the key: instead of hitting the kitchen like your habits tell you to, replace that response to stress with something healthy.... Lock yourself in your room and do a Spark video (just one short one) or take a brisk walk around your house. Chances are you'll have had a minute to calm down, you'll feel happy you spent that minute constructively in a healthy manner (and won't have the added "guilt" from snacking contributing to your stress), and might be able to tackle the kid situations with a little more ease??
I hope this is helpful. Behavior replacement therapy seems to work for me--just replace the snacking with something else, and if you do that consistently for a period of time, THAT will be your new habit. :-)
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