I’ve been there, so hard, but so rewarding, both the parenting and the homestead. I started our homestead when I had a two year old and was pregnant with our second. I can tell you, not much got done towards the end there, but it worked out ok because we timed it so I would only be heavily pregnant in winter here. Hubby only had to worry about the chickens for the month or so I was too pregnant/convalescing. As far as after baby, I got really good at baby wearing. She slept in the wrap through planting, fertilizing, weeding, and harvesting. Toward the end of that summer, she was old enough to learn to nap in the house while I did farm work. The next year, I did my outdoor work during her nap time again. This year was interesting because neither small kid takes a big nap anymore. We’ve gotten very creative with outdoor activities for them to do near me while I garden. On the upside, they’re big enough now to help feed livestock. It can be done, you just have to adapt as you go. But we’re really glad we had them when we did, because, at least for us, it would’ve only gotten harder. Good luck!