Morning routine

We can’t make time stretch (we wish) but we’ve put together some time-saving tips we have learnt to try and get to work in one piece. Good luck!
  

 

Plan ahead

It sounds backwards, but you have to take time to make time. On Sundays (once baby’s in bed and your nails are drying) sit down with your weather app and an idea of what clean clothes you have and plan your outfits - knowing what you’re putting on after you shower saves precious minutes every morning.

Luckily, your bundlees are designed so that everything goes together - so whatever you pull out for baby will look great!
 
 

Plan ahead

It sounds backwards, but you have to take time to make time. On Sundays (once baby’s in bed and your nails are drying) sit down with your weather app and an idea of what clean clothes you have and plan your outfits - knowing what you’re putting on after you shower saves precious minutes every morning.

Luckily, your bundlees are designed so that everything goes together - so whatever you pull out for baby will look great!
 
 

Distraction tactics

Most babies are fascinated by washing machines. This is a gift… Put your washing on, sit baby in front of it and do the washing up/make your bed/put some make up on… take advantage…
 
 

 

Did we mention plan ahead?

While you’re making your Sunday lists, take some time to make a meal plan. If you know what you’re making for breakfast and dinner, you can make sure to have it in the house.
 
 
 

Did we mention plan ahead?

While you’re making your Sunday lists, take some time to make a meal plan. If you know what you’re making for breakfast and dinner, you can make sure to have it in the house.
 
 
 

Stay in your pjs

Spend the morning in your comfy pjs. We like to have breakfast about half an hour before leaving the house, jump in the shower with baby to clean you both off, clean up in your towel and dress directly before leaving the house.

Just remember, parenting is a juggling act. If you make it out of the house with your jumper on the right way round and the baby held the right way up - we salute you. You’ve got this.