I have 3 littles (5, 3 and 1) and Im 21 weeks pregnant with my 4th.. Our schedule varies by day at times and changes around when it needs to.. I can give you a basic idea though:
4- I wake, nurse (if I have a nursling, right now my youngest only nurses at bed/nap times), work out.
5ish- shower, dress, read scriptures, plan day if needed
530-545, make breakfast, put in laundry if its a laundry day.. Hubby leaves around 545
6ish- Kids wake up and listen to scriptures if breakfast isn't ready...
anywhere between 6-630, breakfast, family scripture reading, discuss plans
7ish- daily chores, EVERYONE has chores.. Even my youngest can help rotate the laundry or put toys away.
730- study German, use to speak it but haven't in a LONG time, Im trying to refresh, or read a book for a bit
750ish- snack time, very important if I want to stay vertical all day.. I get dizzy spells if I go to long without eating
8ish- first homeschool time of the day
9ish- outside time (park, errands, library etc.) The time we get home depends on how the rest of the day flows.
If we get home at 10ish (so basically if we go to the park ) we do an activity together or the kids play while I check e-mail, go on Facebook, take a break from running around
1030ish- make lunch
1045ish- lunch time, sometimes we read from a chapter book
1100ish- one on one time with my baby, the middle and oldest play in the playroom
1130- one on one time with my middle, baby and oldest play in the playroom
1200- lay baby down for nap
1215- one on one time with oldest
1245- Quiet time for the kids, I sew and practice the keyboard
around 1330ish the baby is up, we have a snack and play outside some
1400- school time for the second time during the day
1500ish- I read aloud to the kids while they play or we play together.. Sometimes we do puzzles and board games during this time. All depends on what they want to do
1600- quick pick up around the house
1630- Start dinner, read aloud or do some table activity (painting, playdough, puzzles etc) while we are cooking
1730ish- Hubby comes home, we have dinner as a family
1800ish- One of us cleans up after dinner and the other one gets the kids ready for bed/teeth brushed etc
1815- family time
1915- family scripture reading, prayer and tuck in.
1930-kids in bed, couple time
2000- I read scriptures, write in my journal, brush my teeth and go to bed
If we get home later we do a condensed version of the schedule.. The important part is being flexible. We might not accomplish everything (that would take a miracle honestly!) but we try to go with it. Some days we do more than others I just changed our schedule actually since we live within walking distance of the library and can go a couple times a week now. My kids aren't in outside activities, other than church, because they have no desire to be in them. When they express a desire to do an outside activity we will work them in. I don't push the kids, I think most kids are over-scheduled.
As for cleaning.. Im working on it.. What seems to work for me now:
Monday: Laundry, recover from weekend, baking for the week (I bake almost all things from scratch), plan Family Home Evening for that night
Tuesday: Clean the kitchen and living room
Wednesday: Bedrooms and laundry
Friday:Outside, pet upkeep (bathe dog, clean cat/dog ears, deal with flea protection if needed etc, clean animal bedding, litter box etc), laundry
Saturday: hubby's uniform/gear laundry, it doesn't get washed with the rest of our clothing since there are to many chemicals involved in his job. Hubby mows the yard and I clean the outside/inside of van if either is needed.
Activity wise: Library we go to on Tuesdays and Fridays, sometimes Wednesdays as well. Saturday we do "field trips" if we don't have things to do around the house. Sunday is the Lords Day, we go to church then sometimes we have other families over to our house (or we go to theirs).