Since our recent move, our morning schedule has changed due to our older kids school starting earlier. For us NON-morning people, this is tragic. Add to the fact that our oldest toddler, Izaiah is a bed hopper and still isn’t sleeping well through the night, let’s just say mornings aren’t exactly the peppiest.
Have you ever met a person who just has to have his coffee in the morning before he can function? That person is grouchy, not coherent and seems to be in an overall bad mood until that first drip hits their tongue? Yeah, that would be our Izaiah, but change coffee with his milk and breakfast. He screams and is angry when first waking up. We don’t even wake him up – we tip toe around the upstairs, but yet as soon as the older kids are about to head out the door, there he is heading downstairs in the grouchiest of moods. Then you feed him breakfast and life seems to improve.
While I would love to say mornings are now SUPER and CHEERY, it’s a work in progress. Fortunately we aren’t on a strict school schedule at the moment and I know that helps, but sanity in the mornings are somewhat essential. Here are a few things that I have found that do make the morning run smoother in toddlerville. Hopefully a few of these tips will help you, your toddler and morning.
Here are 5 Ways to Improve Your Toddler’s Morning:
What Tips Do You Have For Making Toddler Mornings Flow Smoothly?
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