Actually, I've been working on it before now but less "officially"...My part so far has been to set an alarm and get up in the morning at 6. That way I get some quiet alone time to read my Bible, pray, and do some journaling. I hate mornings but I love being able to have that time. I also get a little time to check email and facebook without the kids. I can't expect them to start disciplining their time without first disciplining mine. :)
I have also built a weekly cleaning schedule so that each room will be cleaned (dusted, vacuumed, etc) each week. It also works the kids into this schedule and no one will have a ton to do. We should be able to keep the house clean in around 30 minutes a day (15 minutes to clean a room and a 15 minute dash n stash before daddy gets home each day) plus the time it takes me in the kitchen to keep it clean....that room is just continually a mess since everyone seems to want to eat multiple times each day. ;)
While I was doing it...I went ahead and made out a lesson plan for the week...we're going to do some geology with Mr. Hibb and start the Lego Quest. The boys will all be working on math again. And we'll do Smart Kids Launchpad on Fridays (for math). Only doing school 4 days/week with one day spent at a day camp offered at a local church. The great thing about all of these plans is that they are not very school like at all! Mr Hibb is FULL of experiments with just a little reading in between times. The Lego Quest is just a great way to be more creative and open up some options with legos. And the launchpad are all activities. Math and reading is the "schooliest" school work. They will also have the option to start spanish and keyboarding now (or waiting till later), it is all computer based so I think they maybe will like it.
Lets get this party started!!!! But not till Monday at 6 AM...don't want to throw the schedule off. ;)