How To Dress Stubborn Children With No More Tears



Do you always dread the mornings? Not because you find it hard getting out of bed yourself, but because it’s your kids who cause you the trouble. They might find it hard waking up before school and getting them dressed can turn into a bit of a nightmare! After all, have you ever tried to dress a very sleepy child who is an extremely fussy dresser? If so, you will know all of the tears and tantrums that this will bring to your morning routine! It can seriously slow you down and add a lot of unnecessary time and stress to your morning. That’s certainly not the best start to the day for you or your children!


So, how do you get over the problem of fussy children who are very particular about what they wear? Some parents might not be bothered about this as it shows that their child is developing their own sense of style. This is true to a certain degree, but, at the end of the day, it can also be extremely frustrating when you just need everyone to get dressed so that you can get everyone out the door and to where they need to be.

Sick of all the tears and tantrums in the morning? Here are some tips that can help you dress stubborn children.




Get Clothes Ready The Night Before


One way you can really cut down time when dressing your children, whether they are fussy or not, is to get all of their clothes ready the night before. You should pick out their clothes for the day together so that they also get a say in what they wear. Plus, this gives them the chance to get used to tomorrow’s outfit – if they have any qualms or issues about what clothes you are laying out for them, they can let you know now. That way, you can switch any outfit pieces while you have plenty of time and not when you are in a rush the next morning!




Distract With Audio Books Or Podcasts

Do your kids always complain about the actual act of getting dressed? If they aren’t quite fashion-focused, they might not be too bothered about the clothes you put on them, they could just be annoyed that they have to get dressed in the first place! So, if your kids are always asking to stay in their PJs or just love to complain about getting dressed in general, you should try distracting them with audio books or podcasts. They’ll be too busy listening to something entertaining that they won’t take much notice at what you are dressing them in!


Buy Clothes That Are Easy To Put On

If your kids are still quite young, they might struggle with intricate fashion pieces and garments that are difficult to put on. This could even be the case when you help them. So, it’s a good idea to stick with items of clothing that are really easy to pull on. For instance, jumpers and t-shirts that they just have to slip on over their heads and elasticated trousers and jeans that just need pulling up. Try and keep clothing that requires on buttons and zips to a minimum.




Look For Trendy Pieces

Of course, all kids want to be as cool and trendy as possible, so will be very excited about wearing trendy items of clothing. If you click here, you will see some really cute designer garments that are all just for kids. If you pull out a Dolce and Gabbana sweater or a pair of Gucci jeans, for instance, I’m sure that your child will be all over them. In fact, your son or daughter might be ever so excited about wearing these hip pieces of clothing, they might start getting straight out of bed as soon as they wake up – no more complaints about how tired they are!


Take Them Shopping With You

Are you not sure what is considered hip or trendy right now? I’m sure you will know what is fashionable for someone of your age, but it’s fair enough if you aren’t too sure what all the kids are wearing these days. Fashion seems to come and go so quickly, especially when aimed at the younger generations! So, it’s a good idea to take your kids shopping with you whenever you need to get them any clothes. They will know exactly what they like and what they want to wear. That way, you won’t end up buying something that they refuse to wear!




Always Keep Receipts

You should, hopefully, already be keeping all the receipts for your clothes until you are 100% sure that you are happy with your items. This is especially important when it comes to the clothes that you buy for your children. After all, kids regularly change their minds and what they like when they are in the shop might not be what they like once they get home. So, be sure to keep the tags on the clothes on until they wear the garments out and about for the first time. You should also keep the receipts until then too, so you can always return the items for a refund if your children change their minds about them.


Be Patient

You should always be very patient with your children when it comes to getting dressed in the morning. Give them time to wake up and get ready for the day. Just because they start complaining as you start dressing them, it doesn’t mean that they are completely unhappy about the clothes you are giving them. They could just be a bit cranky after being woken up! So, be patient and you should find that they come around to their usual selves in no time at all.

Hopefully, all of the tips in this blog post can help you crack the problem of stubborn children in the morning. Once you use these tips, you should find they get dressed without any more complaints and tears!


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