Tracee Schaeffer, 34, a mother-of-ten, has extremely busy days. With ten kids at home, Schaeffer has no choice but to be very disciplined. Fortunately, she can count on the support of her significant other Justin, 40, to take care of her kids Dahlila, 14, Beau, 13, Ryan, 12, Scarlett, 11, Tootie, 9, Wyatt, 9, Rhett, 8, Rhiggs, 8, Remy, 6, and Ausy, 3.

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As a result, the woman carefully plans her days. "I usually wake up around four in the morning. I take care of myself and get the house ready. That's also when I do some work," Schaeffer says.

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"I wake them up at 6 a.m. so they can go to school, and everyone does their routine while I make breakfast," she revealed.

"All the kids brush their teeth, make their beds and tidy their rooms. I take Scarlett, Tootie, Wyatt, Rhett, Rhiggs, and Remy to school and then go home to homeschool the others for four and a half hours a day."

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"Next year, only Ryan will be homeschooled, so my schedule is going to change." At the end of the day, the woman picks up her kids from school and prepares dinner, "They do their homework and eat so we can go to their hockey practice at 5 p.m."

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Except for Dahlila and Ausy, they all do this sport. "By 8 p.m., we're back. They have shower and go to bed at 9 p.m. and we do it all over again!"

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To keep things from getting chaotic, Tracee gives each of her children chores. If Dahlila does the laundry, Ryan does the dishes. "I try to switch their chores every three or four months so they can learn a new skill and take on a little more responsibility."

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