This is how my day went.
6 am Woke up to baby crying. Husband went to the store for more formula and to get gas in his car.
6:15 am Baby was almost back to sleep but sound of garage door woke him
6:30 am I shower but don't have a chance to dry and do my hair.
6:45 am I discovered that we accidentally paid our car payment twice and therefore had an overdraft all BEFORE husband's early morning store trip. That's $113 over (formula, car gas, some of the second car payment)
7:15 am We have scripture reading and prayer and husband leaves for work. We eat breakfast. I make kids' lunches and manage while they get ready for the day.
8:00 am Walk to the bus with all five kids and the neighbor boy who I help to see off to the bus every day.
8:30 am Put the baby down for a nap.
9:15 am Baby wakes up
9:30 am I do preschool with my 3 and 5-year-olds.
10:45 am Finish preschool. Put baby down for nap.
11:15 am Eat lunch
11:45 am Lay down while 5-year-old plays with Legos and 3-year-old watches Nick, Jr.
12:30 pm Baby wakes up
12:30-2:00 pm Help kids with Legos. Look up Lego directions online. Try to straighten up.
2:00 pm Start the canning process by pulling all the stuff out and running the jars through a heat cycle
3:00 pm Put baby down for nap
3:15 pm Start actually canning
3:30 pm Boys get home from school. They go outside to play. I keep on canning.
3:45 pm Baby wakes up
4:00 pm Peaches in jars in canner with timer on
4:30 pm Kids come in and start homework. I start making dinner and clean up from canning at same time.
5:10 pm Eat dinner.
5:35 pm Leave house for flag football. 5-year-old now has headache, fever, chills, and sore throat.
6:00 pm Arrive home from dropping off oldest at flag football.
6:15 pm Baths for all kids at home.
6:45 pm until now Facebook and Blogging. Need to regain sanity.
(Kids are still up, waiting for dad and brother to come home from flag football to finish out bedtime routine and stories)
That is actually how most of my days go, although I don't can every day. But it is always that busy.