We get up, share a little time at breakfast, in the car, and on the walk from the car to school, one holding my hand quietly and one full of conversation, and then go our separate ways. Intermittently, later in the day, I still become disoriented when I don't hear or see them around me, until I remember about school.
This morning, we wore coats with hoods for the first time in months.
I keep mental lists all day long, of things to remember to tell each of them. I'm glad for the productivity I have on my own.
Back at home, after school I cook, while one does his homework and one plays, elsewhere in the house. I light the candles for dinner, then books and lights out.
Tomorrow we'll get up and repeat some version of it, again; some collective effort at a smooth start to the day, a few individual triumphs, and the coming together again at the end of the day.
Best wishes for your week.