Mum says her children go to bed wearing next day’s clothes as it it ‘works wonders’

Famous TV star mum Lisa Lamond has revealed her one top tip to save hours in the morning – and also had another key bit of general advice to new parents.

A famous TV star had admitted to using an ingenious life hack to speed up her mornings when it comes to her two young daughters. She has ensured she is eight hours ahead of the rest of us by making her children sleep in their clothes for the next day. 

By starting her day the night before, Lisa Lamond has admitted it “works wonders for me and where I’m at in life at the moment”. The star of the Australian renovation TV show House Rules isn’t the only one who can suffer from new parenthood by getting sleep-deprived as the kids take so long to do things. 

Nevertheless, her life hack is changing the game for her, according to the Mirror. She says she “doesn’t have a spare hour while they pull up one sock”. Speaking in 2019, she described how her “daughters like to dress themselves from head to toe”, leaving her and husband Adam searching desperately for any tricks to speed up the before-school routine. 

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She said: “On days I’m working in particular, I don’t have a spare hour while they pull up one sock. So the best piece of advice I’ve been given is to dress your kids the night before in the clothes you want them to go out in.”

While much of the work is done, there is one key bit of work that needs to be carried out for Arabella, three, and Ruby, two, to start their day properly. One of Lisa or Adam must get stuck in and change the nappy – but once that’s done, the children are ready to rock and roll for the day. 

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    The blonde TV personality gave some other fascinating tips on how she deals with the tasks her children present to her. After one became too attached and started to struggle when the time came to leave for nursery. Lisa tells us not to fret though, as she created a morning and evening routine with words and pictures to prepare the youngster for what was about to come every time she felt anxious. 

    She also urged new parents to focus on themselves and not compare their situations or parenting styles to other peoples’. “We all have our own pace and ways of coping,” she added. “But I got over it and learned how to diffuse the situation.”

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