Here is Day 10. My daily routine.
The first part of my days pretty much start out the same. I get up at between 6:24 and 6:33 every morning (the first two snoozes on the ole alarm clock). I wake up the sleeping daughter and let the dogs out. I find what ever article of clothing the now awake daughter thinks is lost, but is really hanging in her closet. I fix breakfast usually between 6:45 and 6:50. I check my email, catch up on Facebook and Instagram, and help the husband get together whatever he might need for the day. We finish getting ready at 7:10 and I am out the door at 7:20 to take my daughter to school. Wednesdays daughter gets dropped off at school at 7:15 for a club meeting. Thursday mornings before school cello practice, Friday - Donut Friday - we leave the house early to go eat donuts and before school cello practice.
After dropping my daughter off at school, I sometimes hit the grocery store on the way home to pick up something I know I am going to need for dinner (if its a crockpot meal); usually I come home though. When I get home I put on a pot of decaf and read a few blogs. Usually during the day I am doing laundry, dishes, meal planning on Mondays, cleaning the house, exercise, showering, let the dogs out (a lot), let the dogs in, play fetch with the kitty (a lot) and general home maintenance.
Here is where my week varies because of the variety of school/extracurricular activities. Mondays - late pick up from school for chess club, voice and piano lessons, extra orchestra practice. Tuesdays - late pick up from school after school cello practice or Starbase. Wednesdays - normal school pick up time, teach sewing class, daughter to improv and musical theatre rehearsal. Thursdays - normal school pick up time, tap class. Friday - normal school pick up time.
We eat dinner at home every night except Wednesday. We start the bed time routine for E at 9:15-9:25. She is in bed and reading until 10. I then catch up on a few (or a lot) DVR shows and crash somewhere around midnight.
Weekends are sometimes low key and sometimes busy. E usually has rehearsals for musical or birthday parties to attend.
My daughter keeps me very busy. She is a straight A student in the 7th grade and if her grades were ever to slip, we would cut back on activities.
If you want to see what everyone else does during the day, hop on over to Fabulous Finds by Tiffany for her 31 day blog challenge.