Frazzled mum shares hilariously relatable before-and-after photo following months of homeschooling her son

AN EXHAUSTED mum has shared comically relatable photos of her before and after homeschooling her four-year-old for months. 

Katy Peacock, from Norfolk, joked that being in lockdown with her son has “ruined her”. 

Taking to the Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas, she shared the side-by-side comparison pictures. 

In the down-to-earth after shot, Katy is holding a pint of beer and is make-up free with her hair scraped back.

She wrote: “I keep seeing everyone sharing photos of their children before and after lockdown so thought I’d share my own version.

“Lockdown with a 4 year old has ruined me… so glad we’re slowly getting back into a routine again.”

Speaking to Fabulous, Katy said: “The high parts were spending some quality time with him on our own but after a few weeks it was tough trying to keep him amused. 

“We didn’t do much home learning we did a lot of craft things and went for a lot of walks. “He’s just started school as was at nursery before. 

“I’m happy we are getting into a routine again but miss having him at home driving me up the wall.”

Her post clearly struck a chord with parents, and has racked up 7,500 likes.

One person wrote: “This is hilarious” and another added: “love this so much”. 

Another commented: “I love this! Well done girl for making it through.”

And one praised: “Ahh we need more mums like this 100% this is real mother hood.”

Millions of kids across England returned to school this week and last week for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak began in March.

But parents who keep their children home will face fines for doing so, it was confirmed.

Ministers insisted that fines were to be used as a "tool" to get all kids back in class.

We shared the funniest memes as kids go back to school post-coronavirus lockdown.

Previously, teachers revealed the worst school packed lunches… with some containing lager shandy, Red Bull and a McDonald’s Happy Meal.

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