& # 39; I am putting on their shoes and we are out the door & # 39 ;: mother of two admits dressing her toddler daughters in bed the next day to save time every morning
- House rules winner Lisa Lamond shares the parenting tricks she swears by
- She puts her daughters in bed in the clothes of tomorrow to get a jump start in the day
- With husband Adam Dovile away to work, Lisa said that the trick makes her life easier
- In 2016, Madeline West said she would put her children in bed the next day in clothing
A mother of two has revealed that she puts her two young daughters in bed every night to save time every morning.
Lisa Lamond, the winner of House Rules Australia 2014, said she dresses three-year-old Arabella and Ruby, two, the evening before the hectic schedule of the next day.
With her husband Adam Dovile who worked as a host for Better Homes And Garden this week, Lisa said the smart parenting trick has made her life easier.
House rules winner Lisa Lamond has revealed that she is putting her two young daughters Arabella (left) and Ruby (right) to bed in the clothes of tomorrow to get a jumpstart the next day
& # 39; My daughters like to dress from head to toe. Especially on days that I work, I don't have free hours while taking off one sock, & Lisa said The Un-Glossy Magazine.
& # 39; So the best advice I've received is to dress your children the night before in the clothes you want them to go outside.
& # 39; When they wake up, I change their diaper, put on their shoes, and we're out the door. It works wonders for me and where I live now. & # 39;
The couple always reserved every Sunday for quality family time.
The Australian mother said she usually dresses her two little girls the night before the hectic schedule of the next day
With her husband Adam Dovile away during the week as host to Better Homes And Garden, Lisa said that the smart way of parenting has made her life easier
And Lisa is not the only one who dresses her children in advance. Former neighbor actress Madeline West previously revealed that she is putting her children to bed in their clothes for the next day
& # 39; Sunday is family day. Adam is really practical when he is here. His time is precious with the girls and it's about having fun and experiencing different things.
& # 39; I am not valuable about the mess that things cause, such as cooking or painting. I want them to try new things and test themselves. We try to teach them resilience and confidence, because it is a challenging world that brings up two girls. & # 39;
And Lisa is not the only one who dresses her children in advance.
In 2016, former neighbor actress Madeline West revealed to Daily Mail Australia that she sometimes puts her children in their clothes the next day.
& # 39; If you have a particularly early start or busy morning, dress the children in their clothing the following day the following day. Pajamas & # 39; s are optional for me, & she said.
& # 39; I thought that if they were in clean clothes and got into a clean bed, they would be fine. & # 39;
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