Panic more as one child asks you to order two books they were supposed to read over summer.
Watch all the "good" Moms posting pictures of backpacks purchased, school supplies organized, and meal prep started for lunches.
Realize your house is a wreck, feel better as you tell yourself "I'll be able to get to it when they are in school."
Tell your kids their backpacks from last year were expensive and good enough for this year.
Find the last lunch from last year still in the backpacks.
Go through your drawers for pieces of paper and a few pencils.
Tell the kids to get their school supply list the first day of school.
Send a gentle RIP to all the summer plans along with all those people you said, "We should get together this summer."
Find the computer cord from last year that cost you $26 fine when he couldn't turn it in.
Tell your children to get back to a school schedule and they say, "Boy that's getting up when I'm usually going to bed."
Hunt for those expensive math calculators because you're not spending that money again.
Make your back to school PTO donation because you're not volunteering your time.
Four massive mounds of laundry because you don't want to take them out for Back To School shopping.
Dig out the lunch boxes wondering if you should throw away the Slim Jim you find in a box or just recycle it for the first day.
Watch a boy listening to his summer reading book on tape as he is sleeping on the couch.
Go into their rooms the night before moving alarm clocks from beside the bed to across the room.
Go back to bed after they leave for school.
Sit up and panic because you forgot that back to school picture everyone's posting on social media.