The clock is ticking on weekday mornings. Breakfast must be made and eaten (and hopefully cleaned up). Faces wiped. Teeth brushed. Clothes on. Peanut and nut free, waste-free lunches must be packed. Winter gear on. You get the point. In this situation, the adults often skip eating breakfast themselves in favour of getting everyone out of the house and to their daily destinations on time.
There are tasks that, done the night before, make mornings run more smoothly. I try to have clothing laid out, backpacks packed, and an idea of what I will be making for breakfast and lunch. Most mornings, I wake up earlier than the children so I can get myself together before the day begins. Having a well-stocked pantry and refrigerator also helps.