This annoys me, too. As a lecturer, I haven't had the opportunity to "slow down". I'm busy converting all my lessons from "in person" to "online". I'm fielding messages from students who aren't great with technology and make mistakes so I need to double check they've submitted their work. I'm filling out paperwork detailing my day because it is a government requirement now.
I feel incredibly lucky not to have kids at this time because I know my teacher friends with kids are really feeling overwhelmed, because here in Korea, the school year was supposed to start March 2 and it has been pushed back twice already. So, the kids have been at home since January!
This article is an interesting read detailing the different ways people of different means are coping with the lockdown https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/27/business/economy/coronavirus-inequality.html