I'm doing it right now. Managers of Their Homes is the only thing saving me. I have a fairly structured schedule for our days, with me hsing 2 (3 when my dcb is here too), keeping 2 preschoolers occupied, and a FT college courseload on top of my h working 12-16hr shifts and my work as the head of student activities for our hs group. Basically, how it works is I do my classwork before they are up in the mornings (I get up at 5am for this purpose) and after my h is home from work at night. During the day we do lessons, mornings are our combined subjects and dd1 does her individual stuff before breakfast normally and dd2 does hers after lunch.
I learned real fast that to pull all this off I need to have a schedule and stick to it. I know not everyone does well with the structure that a schedule dictates, but honestly I have to do it or I will self-destruct. My family will fall apart and nobody will have a clue of what is going on if I don't have a schedule in place that is consistent. If the idea of a schedule makes you want to vomit, try just listing a set wakeup time for yourself and then an order for your day. I literally only have specific times set for meals and my wakeup and am fairly flexible within the schedule I have set, the times on it are just general timeframes usually and it allows me time to get the activity done and do the transition done when and how I need to. Also, I taught my kids real fast that if mommy says she's got to do some of her schoolwork, that is an automatic signal to go find something to play in their bedroom because momma needs to focus (usually I only do this for writing a paper)
Cat- hsing momma to a wild crew of kids
Melissa 4/03, Lydia 5/04, Kimberly 1/06, Jordan 9/07, PJ 2/12, and Nate 5/14