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Some mornings I just cant get myself to wake up in the morning if my daughter isn’t up. I feel like that’s precious sleep I’ll miss out on! Then again, when I became pregnant I “signed” the invisible contract that stated I wouldn’t sleep great again for another 18 years. Time to set up the next best thing… A morning routine with McCafé. Here are 4 Tips to a better morning as told by a mom of a terrible TWOddler!
1) WAKE UP!
The best thing to do is wake up an hour before your kids. It may be the only time of the day where you’ll get to enjoy some Mommy Time. Use this hour to make and enjoy a delicious cup of McCafé coffee. My Go-To flavor is the French Vanilla, but there are 8 total McCafé flavors to choose from. Each one comes in either Premium bags or coffee pods. Made with 100% Arabica Beans and readily available in the coffee section at Walmart!
While enjoying the wholesome taste of McCafé coffee, admire the mess free floors of your living room. Admire the silence! Admire the idea of how you’ll feel in the next 18 years (more if you have multiple children.) While admiring all else, I’ve found myself admiring the sweet and inviting taste of the French Vanilla McCafé. You have about 20-30 minutes before the kids wake up so let’s move on to….
3) PACK THE BAGS!
Whether you’re packing the diaper bags, your bag or their back packs, it’s great to complete this task the night before. But who are we kidding? Many times we completely forget or just think about how much sleep we can get. No worries! You have about 25 minutes to go. Pack their lunches, diapers, snacks, change of clothes, double check the homework, etc. Take this time to start on the kids’ breakfast if it’s something more than cereal. All this should take about 5-15 minutes. Don’t forget to pack your most important thing… Your thermos with the McCafé to get you through the Rest of your day (Only if you need it.)
And the Last and Final tip I have for you is…
4) PICK THE OUTFIT!
For the remainder of the 10-15 minutes left, Take the last sips of your McCafé coffee and pull out their outfits. I am not a night before mom. I just can’t be. My daughter is extremely active and I always say I have to do this and that, but once she’s asleep I’m asleep. I’m pretty sure you know what outfits they have already so do what I do and visually put outfits together. It saves me so much time and being that I know where the pieces of clothing are, it won’t take me more than a few seconds to grab it.