It's 1:30pm. I have 10-12 hours left to the day.
I went to work. I came home. I changed back into my pjs. I cleaned up (and cajoled whoever was around to help me) the paper plates that were cut up and left by their beds. I straightened my bedroom, which somehow got in disarray. I talked to my 3yo about things he is angry about (the color of the booster seat he sat in today, the neighbors putting him in jail first ["not real jail, mommy"], me not giving him the commercial he wanted to see). I negotiated a fragile peace between 7yo and 5yo after 5yo threw kid scissors at 7yo after he attempted verbal communication and it didn't work. It was a complex issue and still is, having to do with turns, alerting or not alerting during turns, changing the order and the cons associated with that, and a criticism on my parenting how I give consequences without warnings ("But that is a house rule and you know it, so it doesn't get a warning--hey, we're talking about the game, not about about those rules right now"). I talked to 5yo about options other than scissor throwing. I had him put away the scissors. I made myself a salad (with nuts and avocados!). I did not feed the boys lunch. I spoke to 13yo briefly. I played with 3yo. I requested that everyone put one or two things away. I vacuumed. I did not put away the vacuum cleaner.
I. am. superwoman.
So are you.