If you're just starting a family, you know how difficult it can be to find the time to do the things you need to do to get your business up and running. It's likely that the caretaker at home is exhausted because of the craziness of children, especially if they've never had a baby before. If you're busy running a business and holding down a full-time job, your schedule may directly clash with your partner's. How are you supposed to nurture your relationship when you don't even see them more than an hour a night? Here are a couple of ways to find some time to spend with your partner, even when it may be difficult.

Have a Family Calendar

One of the best things you can do is have a shared calendar between your entire family. No one can keep track of all of the things that the other person has to do in a day, even if your memory is pretty good. Schedules are hectic, especially as kids get old enough to go to soccer practice or find an interest in art. There are a number of applications - such as Google Calendar - that are free and allow you to update your calendar in real time so everyone knows exactly where you are (when you share your calendar with them).

Take Advantage of Babysitting Offers

There are tons of people who love children, but don't really want any. Grandparents are a great example. They usually have experience babysitting children or raising their own, and they love the ability to just give them back at the end of the night. Often, they're free, too. Hand your kids over and spend time with your partner.