I’m new to the Stay-At-Home Mom gig too. My boy is a little older (close to 3!) And he goes to daycare M-F 7am-noon. But, I still have some of the time management issues though.
Cleaning: I do one room top to bottom every other day. I clean the kitchen as I go. Bathrooms get a once a week deep clean when I mop all my floors. I vacuum the main rooms every 3 days or so.
I also have animals, including a mini pig, so his room gets mopped daily, and his blankets get washed once a week. His litter is done every other day. The dogs are easy.
I do at least one load of laundry per day. The dishwasher is filled and ran at night, emptied in the morning, this is also when I scrub any pots or pans from the previous dinner.
I just started exercising at the gym, but before that I’d wait until baby was sleeping, then mosie to the garage or basement with my laptop and videos.
As for money, I have no interest, and that’s FIs forte anyway.
A few tips:
I showered while baby was in his bouncer or high chair, in the bathroom with me.
I baby-wore for a lot of things like vacuuming and mopping.
I had a “junk” laundry basket that I used every night to do a quick walk thru of my house to grab anything that was out of place. It found its proper home in the morning.
REMEMBER: the “perfect” Stay-At-Home Mom doesn’t exist! Its OK if there are toys all over, if there’s dishes in the sink, and the laundry isn’t folded! Also, I’d consider telling your H that you need a break too. Its just my opinion, but just because he works, doesn’t mean he shouldn’t help with things when he gets home.
In my house, the deal is: He makes the money and pays the bills. I take care of our home, except mowing and trash duty. Parenting our son is 50/50.