Working at a job that starts at 7am it can be hard to think about breakfast at that time of morning, I often find I am up late so breakfast on the go is ideal.
Here is a usual work morning in my house.
5:20: Baby wakes up, look at time and cry a little, try to get baby back to sleep.
5:40: Baby nods of nearly time to get up but that extra ten minutes.
5:50: Alarm goes of, press snooze in coma state.
6:00: Shoot is that the time, jump out of bed and switch the kettle on without waking toddler or baby up. Knock a cup loudly enough to wake said toddler who wants to watch peppa pig. Doh.
6:05: Get ready in breakneck speed and get forced into accepting lots of play tea by that time you have to make a milky tea as you need the caffeine quick.
6:10: Make a quick something for lunch, sadly at 6 in the morning the best I can usually come up with is a ham sandwich. One day I may be organised the night before. Grab a pack of Belvitia for break fast and sit down for a few mins.
6:15: Biscuits dipped in tea and try to drink it quick as you do not have much time left before leaving for work.
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Challenging morning and familiar to many mums. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking partReplyDelete
It's always a challenge to get everyone ready in the morning I am sure this resonates with parents all around the UK! :) #TriedTestedReplyDelete
Mornings are madness - it takes so long to get everyone dressed, fed and out of the house in a presentable state! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTestedReplyDelete
Oh wow! Well done you for managing breakfast at that time of the day.....ReplyDelete
Great pictures! I'm a big fan of having some Belivita in my work bag for those mornings where the time just seems to run out! Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week xReplyDelete