Most mornings, my son and I wake up whenever he's done sleeping. We nurse, then read a story (unless he finds my iPhone, in which case we’ll fight over that while I try to hide it). We go to the bathroom, then dance around while I brush my teeth. He plays while I get dressed, then we get him clean and dressed, with still more play breaks before breakfast. Taking two hours from waking up until finishing (or occasionally even starting) breakfast is definitely the kind of thing you can only get away with if you're a stay-at-home mom (SAHM).
Though there are plenty of challenges and sacrifices you make when you become a SAHM, the nicest thing about the entire arrangement is being able to take your time with your kids. Kids can and do adapt well to schedules every day, but rushing is not their speed. They notice everything and like to play and explore as much as they can, and it's such a privilege (in almost every sense of the word) to be able to honor that.
Also a privilege? Being able to wear soft, stretchy clothing pretty much all the time if you want. Don't get me wrong, it's great to dress up and get extra pretty sometimes, and everyone should get out and do stuff you can't wear leggings for a few times a week. However, I am definitely a huge fan of rocking what basically amounts to a professional cuddling uniform every day, too. I'm also a huge fan of getting away with: