Wow! Four kids?! You look great!
I agree with Dave. Wraps are a great way to go! We make egg wraps all the time. ( It replaces other protein options because we only eat fish at my house and my daughter doesn't like it unfortunately.)
I use Jessica's advice and make sure it's loaded with veggies - not sure what your kids favorites are. My daughter love bell pepper and cucumber so those go in with some lettuce. For myself I and tomato and onion, but Ivy won't eat them - though curiously, she loves salsa, so I'll switch it up sometimes and add that to a scrambled egg breakfast wrap.
Other idea - pasta salad - you can make a great big batch ahead of time! I just made some yesterday using tubbetini pasta (look like tiny spaghetti o's - they're Ivy's favorite) dressed with lime juice, olive oil, salt, pepper, and little minced garlic - tossed with asparagus, artichokes, bell peppers, cucumber, and small dice sized cubes of mozzarella for Ivy, then added fresh chopped parsley, tomato, onion and tofu for me and her father. We top it with balsamic reduction which you can make yourself by taking balsamic and reducing it down, but we get conveniently prepared in a bottle near the vinegars at the grocery store for about $4. It adds a little sweetness which Ivy loves. :)