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Mum shares how she manages to leave the house on time with her two kids

Daily Mirror
 2021-09-16
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A woman has shared how she manages to leave the house on time every day - despite having two young children in tow.

TikTok star Csilla, @csilla.love, created a video that she uploaded onto social media, detailing her technique for getting her troop ready to leave the house.

The mum-of-two and parenting coach said that if you follow her six simple steps, then you'll be able to get out on time every single day.

She said it was important to maintain a unity with your children, and if they start to wobble it's best to slow down and reassure them rather then charge on and ignore their worsening mood.

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In the video, Csilla said: "One - allow 15-30 minutes extra than you think to get ready.

"Two - give time warnings or create a playlist of songs to help with time management.

"Three - do as much as you can the night before.

"Four - use charts/checklists to help children plan their morning.

"Five - be clear with your expectations and remain consistent.

"Six - If things get out of hand, slow down, give love, hugs and reassurance."

Csilla describes herself as a 'conscious parent coach', and on her TikTok page she has uploaded many videos for parents.

She covers topics such as 'setting boundaries', 'how do you show love to your child', and 'what is fear-based parenting'.

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Meanwhile, one mother was criticised for excluding her son's bully from a birthday party.

Lots of people felt it was the right move - as she was trying to protect her son and ensure it was a good day.

But others felt she'd overreacted - and the son's aunt let her know in no uncertain terms that she felt she had acted like an "a**hole."

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