My Morning Routine As a Mom of 3




My Morning Routine As a Mom of 3

I’m one of those who constantly try to do it all – but of course, I will always fall short! However, I have come up with a pretty great morning routine that allows me to work, play, and relax (ok, I consider working out relaxing since that’s truly the only “me-time” I get, but hey, I can pretend, right?!).

6:15AM:  I'm up! Mornings are super hectic so I try to wake up before my family so I can have at least a few minutes of peace before I need to be in full mom mode. I drink a tall glass of water as I prepare my superfood coffee (which is full of protein, MCTs, and a superfood powder that I make, all of which helps keep me full until breakfast, as well as starts my day off on the right foot)!

6:30AM:  This is my most productive time of the day, so I quickly run through my emails, finding the ones which need the most attention and answer those, as well as [try to] complete any projects that are due that day. This is also when I’m pumping (for the other baby I send milk to), as well as drink my coffee. I definitely have lots of multi-tasking going on here!  

6:45AM: My oldest is up and needs to get ready for school, so I make his breakfast (usually a mix of nuts and dried mangos), finish prepping and/or packing his lunch (depending what I got done the night before), and help to make sure he is ready to leave by 7:15.

7:00AM: It’s workout time! This is when I try to sneak in a quick bout of Pilates, Barre, or some other strength training/body weight type exercises before the day gets too crazy! I’m my best self after working out, so this is really important to me!

7:15AM: Baby’s up! My daughter is such a happy baby, so I really look forward to getting her in the mornings! I change her, feed her and then play with her for a bit.

7:45AM: Time to wake up my older daughter, if she’s not up already! It’s time to get her ready for pre-school, which entails getting her breakfast (she likes homemade protein bars), brushing her hair, helping her put on her uniform, etc.

8:15AM: The girls play for a bit while I clean-up the kitchen and go back to responding to emails (all while standing at the side of the counter so I can keep my eye on them in the attached family room).

8:30AM: It’s time to leave for school! I pack up the girls and we drop my daughter off at Pre-K.

9:00AM: The baby and I are finally home and it is time for breakfast! I make her and I a fruit+veggie packed Smoothie Bowl – which we are both obsessed with! She’ll also have some superfood oatmeal, and I’ll have a homemade protein bar.

9:30AM: Again, it’s time to clean-up, change baby and try to do some more work! I’ll go back and forth between working on my computer and playing with her/keeping her out of trouble.

11AM: It’s finally baby’s naptime – and the time I can complete any big things I need to for the day! This will usually last an hour – if I’m lucky – although sometimes she skips it and I’m SOL. #momlife


Obviously things change and a wrench will get thrown in this more often than not - but hey, I can hope - right?!


About Me

 Jessica Boscarini Dallas, Texas

As the Founder of Healthy, Fit, Fab, Jessica wants to help Moms and Moms-to-be feel and look their best, from the inside, out. With her Master's in Holistic Nutrition, as well as being a Certified Personal Chef and Personal Fitness Trainer, Jessica's biggest accomplishment is being a Mom to her son Kaston (born 12.1.12) and daughter Kenzley (born 7.9.15).

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