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Reddit is the place to be for shocking wedding drama and venting about awful in-laws, but it can also be a wonderful community of actually helpful advice. This one dad discovered a genius hack for getting his 7-year-old son to wake up independently and get ready for school — it sounds too good to be true! — and thankfully, shared it in the Parenting subreddit to help out others.

If you struggle with getting your kids ready in the mornings, you are not alone. There’s a special club of parents who are saying, “Rise and shine, it’s another beautiful day!” to their snoring kids, while inside screaming, “Get out of bed now, green tea chocolate chip cookies dammit!” (C’mon, I know it’s not just me.) Mornings can be hard for any kids, but especially those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), which this Reddit dad and his kid both have.

The Sleep Health Foundation says up to 70% of kids with ADHD experience problems with sleep, which could be due to things like delayed sleep phase syndrome or insomnia. This makes it harder for them to wake up and get out of bed in the morning. If your ADHD kid is dragging their feet on weekdays, it could also be because school can be more challenging for children with ADHD.

Knowing this, this ADHD dad shared his lifesaving tip to make morning routines with kids “a little easier,” and I am so excited to try it with my own slow-moving kindergartener.

First, he gives a few criteria of who this advice will help: “Do you find yourself repeating instructions 100 times with no success, wanting to simply go back to bed (that’s polite for what the fuck did I get myself into??), muttering ‘FINE, YOU DRIVE YOURSELF!!’, or wondering how you can lose your shoes again??” he wrote. If so, this is for you and your kid — whether or not they have ADHD.

“Cue…your (possible) savior/helper/fun thing to do…ALEXA ROUTINES!!!!” he added. He explained that his 7-year-old son is a first-grader in Germany, where kids walk to school without their parents. The only problem? He has to be out the door at 7:35 a.m. every day to get to school on time, which can be difficult. “I cannot provide structure as I am also getting my non-morning-person ADHD ass ready at the same time prepping my 5 year old and 2 year old for their day,” he explained. So he turns to Alexa to provide the cues and structure.

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