It's great that you're a mom/wife. It really is. But don't take up valuable class time telling the class and professor ten minute long stories about your husband or kids. Particularly if it's only tangentially elated to the discussion at hand.
And don't introduce yourself or for help with "I'm a mom. I went to school back in the ice age, so excuse my dumb mom forgetfulness. I'm a little slow lol." The most annoying one was, and I quote her on this, "Hi, I'm Patty. Been out of school for a bit. I'm just a bit of a dummy mom. Please be patient with me." I don't know why people do that. I find it very grating to hear. I've heard some variant at every college I've been to. Really, just stick with "Hi, I'm Shelby, majoring in (whatever subject)" or "Could you help me with this assignment ? It's unclear to me."
Slightly related, I'm currently taking an online course where our first assignment was to engage in a "snowball discussion", where we were to introduce ourselves, state our majors and a little bit about ourselves. I guess the teacher figured it would build a better sense of community, which is important in this class because much of the work is group-related. Anyhow, cue 12 out of 15 people starting off with something like: "Hi, I'm Casey and I've been married for two years. My hubby is the best ever. He's the leader of our Community Watch and he works at a bank
." or "I'm Jen and I'm a proud mamma to two beautiful little girls. Their names are Kayla and Brianna and their favorite color is pink. I'm taking this class online because they are my world and I can't leave them for a second. They're so excited to help mommy with her homework!
Seriously, "Casey", that's nice and all, but who are you
? What are you majoring in? How about you, "Jen"? I'm sure your girls are delightful, but I'm not going to be partnering with them for the midterm report.