Are you a stay at home mom with school aged child. Find out Stay at home mom schedule with school-age.
The school-age child is from 6 -13 years old. These are children who have reached the age to go to school.
In my country, Kenya children start going to school from 3 years of age commonly known as preprimary/preschool.
Stay at home mom schedule with school-age
My new schedule for 3years old and eight years old
5:00 Am – 5:45 AM
Wake up, prepare breakfast, take breakfast together with my husband and my husband leaves home to go to work.
5:50 am-6:20 Am
I never go back to sleep. I do morning devotion (read the bible and pray)
6: 20 Am
Wake my eight-year-old son to take breakfast. He is now mature and independent. He takes 10 minutes for breakfast. At the same time, I am skipping or doing planks. The reason why I like these two exercises takes a few minutes and very effective.
Read the benefit of plank exercise
My son starts preparing himself to go to school. As I said earlier my son is independent, I have taught him the routine to follow, and he follows it strictly.
As he is preparing himself I am taking a shower. 15 minutes are enough for my son to get dressed, I have a shower and dressed.
Before I sleep, I make sure I have organized everything he needs to put on the following morning. I make sure shoes are brushed, and school uniform ironed and ready.
He picks the clothes and put on.
He goes to school on his own which is a few meters from the house.
I am always neat (hair kept, smart clothes, and simple makeup) in the house you can think I am heading in the office but that one of the best secrets I have learned if I want to be a Successful Stay-at-Home Mom.
My son leaves to school alone.
I wake my three years old daughter, and she takes breakfast
7:30 – 7:45 am
Prepare her to go to school. I take less than 10 minutes because everything is ready. As I said earlier, I prepare the uniform last night and make sure the shoes are polished.
Take my daughter to school. Another exercise I never use the school bus we walk to school because it’s not far from home. 15 or fewer minutes are enough.
Back from school and start my online job. I have short breaks to stretch myself and have a snack or fruit.
I never do laundry I have hired someone for that since my blog is earning.
Take lunch, clean dishes and my house up to 2 pm
I take a nap for 30 minutes. Naptime is very important to me I feel fresh and strong to work the other part of the day.
Wakes up and work for one hour thirty minutes my online job
Prepare 4 o’clock snacks for my kid. It takes 15 minutes to prepare or less.
I leave to pick my kids from school as I buy supper, the following day snacks, and fruits. Since I walk a distance while I pick my kids, I consider it enough exercise.
My kids take a snack and tea.
We do homework for 30 minutes, a few games here and there like 20 minutes. My kids take a bath. I prepare supper up to 7:00 pm.
My son and daughter take dinner
My husband and I eat dinner, clean the dishes. If he is home earlier, we take the same time with the kids.
Between 5-8pm we have time together we watch television, read a book, give stories and listen to how everyone spends their day.
Children sleep and start tidying the house putting toys the right place and arranging my couch pillows. Mostly my children sleep either 8 pm or 9 pm.
I work on my blog, I can read and prepare tomorrow to-do list. I can read a bible or a book. Find out stay-at-home mom’s book you can read and if you are in business there are business books for women.
11:00 pm Sleep time
On the weekend I alter the schedule I never wake up early since my husband is at home and children are not going to school so I usually wake at 8 am.
Also, in the weekend I rarely work on my blogs I create time for my family and me-time.
If you have a school aged child and you are full time stay at home mom please share with us your Stay at home mom schedule with school-age in the comment section below.
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