PARENTS have confirmed that juggling working from home and educating young children while never going out is just an absolute f**king joy.
At the beginning of what was, in the world before, the Easter holidays mums and dads are just delighted at their new seven-day schedule of working, childminding and teaching from within small prisons.
Martin Bishop of Leeds said: “Sure, I’m a full-time actuary trying to adjust to working from home for the first time, but now I’m a full-time teacher as well.
“It’s great! It’s definitely not difficult helping a six-year-old with spellings and placating a sulky ten-year-old at the same time as being on a budget crisis call and being 10,470th in the queue for a Waitrose order.
“And there’s so much solidarity for the working mother. Facebook certainly isn’t full of photos of smug, balanced lesson plans from stay-at-home mums who clearly see this as their long-awaited chance to shine.
“My wife and I are spending so much more time together, when we flip a quid to see who gets to work in the bedroom and who does incredibly important work to the soundtrack of whatever shit the boys are binge-watching on Netflix.
“We’re both deliriously happy. And this goes on until October at least.”