If you are struggling to wake your children up for school, leave a thought for the mother to deal with.
So Redford is the mother of Britain’s largest family and she has revealed her tip for getting everyone out of bed in the morning – which is actually smart.
There are nine children at Redford’s school, four of whom returned to primary school last week.
And the lawsuit shows how he got 10-year-old Oscar out the door on time – by sending his two youngest sisters inside.
In a clip on it Instagram page.“Everyone needs a hedgehog to wake them up,” says Seo, who is seen waking up his 18-month-old brother.
She is soon joined by three-year-old Bonnie, who is carrying a pile of clothes.
If your young children wake up at sunrise, you may want to copy the trial technique.
In the sweet clip, Seo asks Heidi: “Are you going to wake up the Oscars? Come on, Oscar.”
The youngest shouts again: “Get up!” Pulling his older brother’s dude from him while he sleeps on the bed.
Laughing out loud, Xu says: “Get up, it’s school. Kiss her, say Oscar in the morning.”
Heidi then climbed into her brother’s bed, where she soon joined Bonnie, saying: “I can go in! Heidi, what are you doing there?”
The lawsuit asks: “Are you going in? We’re getting up.”
But it works. In less than 60 seconds, Oscar is getting out of bed after being interrupted by his sisters in snooze.
Her fellow parents commented on Instagram and liked the advice: “Amazing”, “Love her”, “So cute !!” And “Heidi is so funny.”
The lawsuit and Noel’s husband definitely have the whole house.
Their children Jack, 24, Daniel, 22, Luke, 21, Mili, 20, Katie, 19, James, 18, Eli, 16, Amy, 15, Josh, 14, Max, 13, Tully, 11, Oscar, 10 Caspar, Nine, Haley, Six, Phoebe, Five, Archie, Four, Bonnie, Three, and Heidi, 18 months, all live at home.
Millie’s daughter Ophelia, who turns one next week, also lives with them.