How to Get Out of the House On Time With Kids

I hate being late!  Being a parent, this can cause some conflicts.  This is an article with a lot of good advice, many that we have used in our own family.

When the alarm clock sounds and everyone in your family begins to begrudgingly make their way out of bed, there’s a long list of tasks that must be completed before everyone can leave to start their day. Getting the kids out the door before the bus arrives or the last bell rings can be particularly difficult, especially if you’re trying to prepare for your own day in the process. These tips won’t make getting your kids out of bed without complaint any easier, but they may help you get everyone out the door on time.

  • Establish a Routine – It’s not always easy to make it out of the house on time when you have an established morning routine, but it’s definitely more difficult if you’re flying by the seat of your pants. Make sure that you establish a set routine for each morning that includes feeding every member of the family, making sure that everyone’s dressed appropriately and that everyone is ready to troop down to the car or school bus when the time comes.

 

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