During this COVID-19 pandemic, more parents are working from home, and now some kids are learning from home too.
It's a situation that may be creating stress for families as they try to deal with the shift.
"Before the pandemic, when mom and dad were home, it meant mom and dad were available and it was family time. And this is a really challenging shift in the paradigm for kids to make - to think that now that mom and dad are home that they are now always available, and it's not always family time," said Dr. Emily Mudd with Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital.
Mudd is a child psychologist and has these tips for helping you balance working and learning from home.
"Have some forgiveness for yourself, and be patient with yourself and your partner, and your children as these are unprecedented times. And just find those moments of happiness to be with your family among the chaos," Mudd said.