Dining with one’s friends and beloved family is certainly one of life’s primal and most innocent delights, one that it is both soul-satisfying and eternal.” –Julia Child
Do you eat five meals a week with your kids? If so, how do you make it happen? If not, what are the biggest obstacles to your success? Do your kids like family mealtimes? Why or why not?
If you don’t typically eat dinner as a family, what is preventing you from having more meals together?
- Is it a matter of planning? Do you need to schedule more time over the weekend to prepare your meals for the week?
- Does it have to do with sports or another activity that takes place during dinner?
- Is there something about your work schedule that you can change to make family dinnertime more feasible?
- Can your family work as a team planning, shopping for, and preparing meals?
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