It sounds like a good time to start making friends
AND to be looking for a job which is more suitable to your needs. (Working AT the schools works well for some folks).
I waited tables for many of the years my kids were little.
When I worked breakfast, there was no early morning holiday doings we could celebrate as a family. We had to wait until I got home after lunch. When I worked dinner shifts, instead, I missed our tuck-ins at bedtime, but was there for all the daytime needs of breaks/school meetings, etc.
I then started working for myself, to have more flexibility and to be more present to my kids. It turned out I needed to be away from them MORE to keep regular hours at the shop, but I was able to close for holidays
and also could bring them to work with me, if I needed to do so.
Welcome to the big world of juggling. For kids with two INVOLVED terrific parents, consider working different shifts. Doing so is a way to eliminate the need for anyone outside the family to have charge of your treasured children. If you live in separate abodes, it will mean a bit of shuffling around, but I'm sure your child is worth it!
The best I could do for my kids was different than the best you can do for your own. When I needed to work through times when they were home, I also had a neighborhood team of folks, some grandparent age, others were high schoolers, who supported my parenting and took my kids under their wing! (I need not tell you to choose CAREFULLY)
You'll figure it out R..
We all do, one way or another.
(some even move to places they have support)
Good luck hon.