9 Ways to Speed Up Your Family’s Morning Routine
Finally, your awesome routine won’t do much good if it’s not followed. Your kids need to know you’re serious, so consider
rewards for good behavior (and morning deadlines met), and punishment for the opposite.
Maybe the first person who gets up and out the door gets a sticker, or a special chocolate chip pancake. If they don’t get up on the first call, maybe they'll have to go to sleep earlier that night to “pay back” the time they overslept.
Remember: It's all designed to make the mornings as easy on all of you as possible.
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