I understand where you are. Well, I don't have twins and I think that would certainly be a challenge, but I think I understand. My kiddos are 8,6,3 and newborn. My 8 yr old can do most of her "school work" by herself, asking me when something doesn't make sense. She is doing third grade this year. My 6 year old is a very interesting litle critter, he hates "school" kinds of things, give him his toy cars and leave him to his work and he's happy. Unfortunately dad is starting to get very nervous that Jack doesn't know basic math/number stuff and only recognizes some of his abc's. Unschooling is where Jack's heart is, so I'm really trying to make that his reality while meeting my dh's need to see progress. Any one on one work with Jack is very time consuming and must be done with silence around us or he simply cannot concentrate. THen there's Molly, the 3 year old, just give her crayons and she's happy. I love seeing how much she's learning just listening in on the other two. The truth is I fit school stuff in whenever I can. If the kids are off playing happily I'm not going to disturb them to "teach" anything! I wait till they're bored, then, if the baby is in the right mood, we do some stuff together. It's such a balancing act. I wish you much luck figuring out your path, mine is constantly changing!