Morning Routine As a Single Mum and A Student. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing my morning routine as a single mum and a student. As you all know, I am a student and being a student means waking up as early as possible in the morning. I am not a morning person at all. My morning usually starts at 10 am. However, when you have things to do, you get up early to do them.
Morning Routine As a Single Mum and A Student
Rise and Shine
Although Sasha sleeps in her own bedroom at bedtime, she still ‘magically’ appears on my bed in the morning. Sometimes I wake up and ask myself, ‘How on earth did she get here?’ ‘I am very sure I left you in your bed. So how and why?’
Alarm clocks don’t work anymore, you know what works? Sasha’s voice. Either she’s up playing with her toys or singing, or I hear:
‘Mummy, Mummy, wake up, wake up, wake up, it’s morning.’
I opened my eyes. I check the time. It’s 6 am!!! Like, why, why-why?!
Just one more hour is all I need! I’d try sneaky, close my eyes, and pretend to play hide and sleep on her, but she won’t fall for it.
‘Mummy mummy mummy, I am hungry.
Now that’s my wake-up call!
When your child is hungry, you just got to get up!
Within The Next Two Hours
I finally get up, run the bath, and brush my teeth. Then I made some breakfast – toast and scrambled eggs, with some milk for Sasha and a cup of hot chocolate for myself.
After eating, Sasha goes in the bath while I clear the table and dishes.
Then check on Sasha, get her out, and get her ready for the day.
Once Sasha’s ready, I place a bowl of fruits on the table and turn on the telly to keep her occupied while I get ready.
When I get ready, we grab our jackets and bags and out the door.
Take Sasha to Nursery first, and give her lots of hugs and kisses. I said:
‘I love you, baby’
‘I love you too, mummy’- That voice melted my heart.
Sometimes I leave in tears.
I wish her a good day at nursery.
And then I head to college.
I hope you enjoyed that.
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