get moving in the morning.
I guess in one way you could be happy that he was organizing :)
Last year I made DD get up 30 minutes earlier than she had to in the morning when she started "lolly gagging". I told her that I didn't intend to wait for her or run back from the bus stop for what she forgot, so until she was ready in PLENTY OF TIME, she'd have to get up earlier. I also cannot take stuff to school that she forgets because I work, so if she forgets her homework/lunch/book report, she is without it the entire day with no way to get it. She had to stay in from recess ONE time for forgotten homework, and now she has everything ready the night before.
DD also picks out her clothes the night before and puts all her "to go" stuff together the night before. All she has to do is clean herself off, get dressed, and have breakfast. I still have to remind her almost every day to get her backpack before we leave for the bus stop. I don't know where she thinks she is going, but apparently she doesn't think to take her books...
Don't I sound MEAN? I just can't stand the thought of running around like a nut first thing in the morning. The rest of the day is hectic enough!.
I guess in one way you could be happy that he was organizing :) ------------------That's so not funny, LOL