Work from Home Survival with Quadruplets

Ever wonder how we function with 2 parents staying home with our quadruplets? How we get personal time?  How we save the small bit of sanity we have remaining? 

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Brad writes about what it looks like practically in our home and 5 ways we make it work over at Motherhood Your Way...

If you are a work from home parent – how do you balance it all in your household?

3 thoughts on "Work from Home Survival with Quadruplets"

  1. Crystal says:

    Jack doesn’t nap anymore, but Jude takes a 2-hour nap every day. That’s when I all get my writing and race work done!

  2. susan says:

    I am a work from home parent but my babies are now teenagers and my older kids are adults that live on their own so it’s different for me. I find myself wondering if I’ll ever see my kids again sometimes, even the two that live at home. Teenagers are busy now. How to balance when they are younger…I would say exercise always gave me clarity, a good sense of humor gave me patience, and God gave me strength. They are only young for a brief flicker of time, before you know it you will be the mom of teens too wondering where the time went (i know people used to tell me this when mine were little and I thought they were crazy. Maybe they were crazy but they were also right). 🙂

  3. Rachel says:

    My husband has recently begun working from home and is self-employed now so the success of his work relies not only on him, but largely on me allowing him time & space to work and not interfering with his working day. It is pretty dang tough!! Our son, Charlie, is 22 months old and looooooves his daddy SO much and it breaks his little heart to know daddy is upstairs but not available for playing 🙁 Also, on the other hand, he is now so used to daddy being in the house that when he leaves for a day based elsewhere, Charlie sits at the front door and cries 🙁 🙁 I hate all this sadness, it’s killing me! I am 20 wks pregnant with baby no. 2 and hoping we will all be in a more settled routine before October. Tips for helping my little ones in this situation are always welcome!

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