Mum makes her son sleep in his uniform every night to speed up the school run
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Anyone with a kid out there will know that the school run can be chaos at the best of times and straight-up disaster at the worst.
Well, one mum seems to believe she's cracked the code after revealing exactly why she makes her son sleep in his uniform every single night ahead of the dreaded school run the following morning.
She explained: "I dress my little boy for school at night.
"We put on a nice new shirt, sweatpants, super comfy - great for jammies - and then when he wakes up, we just throw on sneakers."
The mum continued to tell viewers that 'someday' she'll teach her son to wake up for school and get dressed.
"That will be a very good thing to teach, but I can't do that right now," she continued, "and that's OK."
Ms Rachel ended the short clip telling her followers: "I'm doing my best and so are you and I love you."
The video has since gone viral after clocking up more than a staggering nine million views on the platform with thousands upon thousands of people rushing to the comments to share their opinions on Ms Rachel's parenting choice.
Some parents were totally shocked by the reveal with one TikTok user hitting out: "But then it’s all creased and sweaty. Takes five mins to get them dressed."
"Night time sweating and wearing those clothes the next day?" questioned a second.
A third chimed in: "Sleeping with his clothes is a NO, my kids know no outside clothes on the bed!"
In a follow-up comment, the mum assured: "He bathes at night, he doesn’t get sweaty at night. If he did, we’d grab new clothes.
"Ps there’s been no issues with wrinkly clothes."
Others, however, couldn't wait to praise Ms Rachel with one fan penning: "So happy to know I'm not the only one!"
"WE DO THIS TOO!!!" admitted a second. "Honestly getting two babies under two ready for school is a chore."
Another revealed: "I do this cause I’m BUSY a full-time student, mum-of-three and working. I barely want to take them to daycare some mornings!"
What do you make of it?