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I have a play list of poppy music blasting from the moment they get up. 3 songs to eat, one to dress, one to wash up and brush teeth...
I set up as much as I can the night before. School clothes, lunches, etc. I have them brush first thing when they wakw up. They have protien smoothies or breakfast biscuits and fruit in the car on the way to school, care, camp.
When I was young, my brother was like this, one day my mum actually rang her work and said she wohld be late, she waited for my brother to do everything in his own time then took us to school late, then had my brother apologize to the teacher and all the other kids for disrupting the class because he was late and he had to explain why, he said " I could of died from embarrassment", after that he never did it again, he was always the first ready after this, he was about 10-11. Not saying its a good thing to embarrass them but it did the trick.
I would be making lunches at night and making them have their uniforms etc out before bed ready to get straight into.
Other than that I wouldn't feel too bad they are old enough to understand what time they need to be ready by.
Its just the age group. Hormones racing thru them and also them testing how far they can push you.
have you thought about giving the oldest one some pocket money for helping out of a morning? $5 a week to get up after breakfast and help the younger two get dressed and brush their teeth.