A Day in My Life as A: Stay at Home – Work at Home – Sports Mom

I have friends constantly asking me… How do you do it all?  Then they go into saying, I can barely keep up with the one child I have.  I don’t see how you do it with four children.  Let me show you how a day in my life goes as a: stay at home / work at home / sports mom.  You’ll find I have days where somethings got to give.

A Day in My Life


6:30 am – alarm clock goes off…  I hit snooze and repeat this step continuously until about 6:45 am where I finally drag my butt out of bed to wake the kids up.

Climb back into bed…

7:05 am – alarm clock goes off… hit snooze again.   It’s my reminder to yell at the kids to make sure they are in shower.

7:15 am – alarm clock goes off again.. this is about the time I’m dreading getting up from my comfy bed.  I finally turn my alarm clock off and get out of bed.  I make sure the kids are getting dress and headed down for breakfast.

7:20 – 7:50 am – I jump into the shower, get dressed and head down stairs.

7:50 am – I make the kids lunch for school.

8:00 am – We head on out the door and on our way to school.

8:30 am – I’m back home, I grab some coffee and by 8:55 am – I’m out the door again.

9:05 am – arrive at the church, today happens to be MOPs.. (I volunteer as a Mentor Mom) until about 12:20 pm.

12:30 pm  arrive home.

12:30-1:00 pm  lunch.

1:00 -3:00 pm work on the website, catch up on business emails and social media.

3:00 pm –  pick the kids up from school.

3:30 pm –  arrive home, feed the kids a snack, have them dress for baseball.

4:25 pm – arrive at the baseball field.  (We are 10 minutes late)

By 7:30 pm – the baseball game is over and we’re all hungry.  I’m exhausted.  I failed to make dinner ahead of time and the thought of having to do dishes is even more exhausting.

7:30 pm – we are grabbing dinner at McDonalds and heading home.  You’re probably wondering why McDonalds? McDonalds happens to be the perfect ‘treat’ for us.  There’s no fuss, I know my kids won’t complain and on those days when I am watching what I am eating.  I know I can get several healthier options on their menu that are under 400 calories or less.

By 8:00 pm – we are done eating.  Kids are doing their homework and getting cleaned up before bed.

9:00 pm – kids are in bed and I’m finishing up my bible study homework for the next day.

9:40 pm –  back on the computer, working on the website until about 11pm sometimes 12am before I finally hit the hay.

Days like this are exhausting and it’s OK to know your limits and get some help.  For me, it was dinner and dishes — McDonald’s style 😉




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Gina is an overwhelmed mother of 4 children which includes twins. She often looks for ways to make life a little easier. When she's not chauffeuring her kids to school, cleaning the house or taking her kids to their activities, she finds her sanity though this blog and through social media. Her journey would not succeed without remembering to put Faith first, Family second and Work third.
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