First of all, congratulations for choosing a healthier lifestyle for yourself and your children. Secondly, Sept 13, 1997 was my last cigarette. I threw away my pack, never looked back not a day. How did I do it? I visualized the smoke entering my body, and literally destroying my insides. It was never the same after that.
My advice to you is simple; Visualize your life better, breathe in air and really FEEL it enter your body and appreciate it for all it is, chew lots of gum, drink lots of water, stop hanging around people that do smoke, take yourself off those lists of mailers that come in for cigarette coupons, celebrate every day by treating yourself to something nice and every week buy yourself or do something as a gift for doing it. Get your family involved, tell your friends, so they will be sensitive to not smoking around you. This is an addiction, so the more you stay away from it, the easier it will be for you. Clean your car out, change all your sheets, wash all your clothes now because as soon as you quit, you will notice that your sense of smell will change. Oh, and buy a new toothbrush! Things will taste different as well. Good luck. I'm so proud of you! You are an awesome example to your children. :)