Daily Family Schedule

Dad     

Mom

Time

W & V

E

Wake up

Make coffee

Make kids breakfast

Get up

 Make bed

Shower

Get dressed

Brush teeth, have vitamins

7:00-8:00

Wake up

Eat breakfast

7:30 wake up

Make bed

Eat breakfast

Get dressed

Get ready for work

Put in load of laundry

Get coffee

Have breakfast

8:00-8:35

Get dressed

Brush teeth

Have vitamin

Make lunch

Check on Lou (gecko)

Get backpack packed

Off to work

8:35

Off to School

Clean up breakfast things

Put clothes in dryer

8:45-9:00

Playtime with W&V

Or

Out of home activity

9:00-10:15

Playtime with mom

Or

Out of home activity

Get snack ready

10:15-10:30

Snack

10:30

Snack

Fold clothes

Get lunch ready

10:45-11:30

Kids play alone

Lunch

11:30-12:00

Lunch

Mom and W play

12:15

12:15- 1:00

V- Nap

Mom and W play

Chore of the day

1:00- 2:00

 

Can help mom with chore or play computer

Supper prep

2:00-2:45

Go get E from school

3:10

Go get E from school

Home and snack

4:00

Home and Snack

Home and snack

Collapse

4:20-4:45

Play with E

Play with W & V

Remain collapsed

4:45-5:00

Watch TV

Practice Piano/Flute

Begin supper

5:00-Complete

Unaided Homework

15 minutes of Math Facts

Supper

Supper

6:00

Supper

Supper

Play with W & V

Wash dishes

After supper

Clear Table

Get V ready for bed

Aid homework

7:00-8:00

V gets ready for bed for 7:30

Aided homework

Play with W

Get W ready for bed

8:00- 8-30

W Play with dad

Get ready for bed (8:10 fin)

Read until 8:30

SITTING

8:45

SLEEPING

SLEEPING

2 responses to “Daily Family Schedule

  1. I would like to be this organized.I’d love to be dressed before 10:00 on my “home” days. Well done! But I don’t see “sit and drink coffee and read newspaper” time. Or am I forgetting what life is like with little ones?

  2. That newspaper gets read with my breakfast and coffee, for now! Once number four comes I can kiss that newspaper goodbye. It’s funny, I remember judging the chaos of a day by whether I got to read the paper or not (and brush my teeth). At the end of the day I would feel sorry for myself and think, ‘I didn’t even get to read the paper” 😦
    This schedule is ridiculous and really something to aim for. There will be plenty of days where nobody is dressed by lunch…
    It also looks a lot harsher in black and white. In reality, the whole thing has made life remarkably easier. Especially that supper prep (btw, friends had the kids from 4-6 the other day and I made supper alone and had the TV on and The Young and the Restless came on, so I cooked away and thought of you!)
    Thanks Bobbi!

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