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    I'm not yet a mother, so I don't have to worry about getting the kids ready and fed, but I too am NOT a morning person, so lately I started making instant oatmeal for breakfast. I buy one of the low sugar/high fiber instant oatmeal in individual packets - add some water or milk, zap in microwave for about 1.5 mins - add cinnamin & whatever fresh fruit I have on hand. So simple, easy and keeps me full until lunch!

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    Well I am the pathetic one of the bunch. Most days breakfasts are easy (cereal, bagels, eggs, toast, pancakes made before and frozen, etc.), but on days where I need to be out the door by 6 or earlier to go to a drs appt with Eli, it's poptarts. I know that is sad, but in my defense Dakota is autistic and has severe sensory issues to food and won't eat most fruits or other things. I'm just thankful he eats.

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    Toast with peanut butter on it or dry cereal in a baggy.

    ~Bonita~

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    protein bar and maybe a piece of fruit

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    I'm usually pretty good about getting DD breakfast, but more often than not, I skip it myself.

    I have cereal bars, granola bars, and fruit on hand for time-crunched mornings, although when she's motivated, my preschooler will wolf down a yogurt in just a few bites!

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