So having two kids in school at the same time in different schools has been a little more crazy than I thought. Especially on Fridays. Here is a little time frame of my Fridays.
7:15 am (Or later actually like most days) Wake up. I might get dressed, it really depends on how sleepy I am. I am not really a morning person.
7:40 Get kids up and try to get them ready with full tummys.
8:15 Pack up kids in the car and try to get Dude to school by 8:25.
8:30 Finish getting Princess and Little Man ready and maybe take a shower.
9:15 Pack kids in the car again and drive Princess to school. Since last year I was so bad about getting her to school ontime, we are really trying to make sure that we are better this year.
9:30 I am back home to put Little Man down for his morning nap and get a few things done. Not much though because........
10:10 It's time to wake up Little Man and pack him back in the car AGAIN to go get Dude. It's early day you know.
10:30 Heading home again just in time to go over homework, papers and Dude's day then.......
11:30 Pack the kids BACK in the car for another time and head to get Princess from school.
11:45 We are back in time to go over her day and get some lunch and other things done.
2:30 Take kids to sitter so I can work the rest of the day.
2:45 - 8:45 I work.......yuck. By the time that I am off the kids are ready for bed.
It has only been a few weeks of this but every day my hubby has been home to help me. Today he is helping a friend washing windows all day. I has been nice to have him home. What and I going to do when he finds a job????
It may not seem like much but I swear I have been packing the kids in and out of the car all day. Of course I haven't taken the kids to the sitter yet, or worked yet, but really what am I even going to get done in this short time? Lucky for me my awesome neighbor is watching the kids for me ALL night. (Love you Becky!) So I won't need to drive to her house.
I guess if I wanted to break the world record of most times to buckle 3 kids in the car in one day I could always pack them in, back down the street 2 houses them drive back.
I would think about that but it would cost my half my hourly pay in gas just to do that.