Family Dinner: Time to make travel memories

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16 Responses

  1. Milosz Zak says:

    A friend of mine is a supply teacher, and he deals with kids all the time. It is incredible how little habits like these can seriously impact early childhood development, and reverberate into adult life.

  2. We don’t have kids (yet) but my husband and I eat dinner together pretty much every day so that we have time to catch up and talk before we space out with tv or books or whatever

  3. Laura says:

    I very much agree with family dinner time with no electronics. In today’s world, it’s good to just get in what you can – anything is better than nothing at all.

  4. Family dinners were something I really looked forward to growing up – and still do! I recognized when my parents took the time to talk with us kids when they easily could have plopped us in front of the TV and hope kids growing up with ipods and ipads today can recognize the value in these dinners!

  5. Sara says:

    Agree! 🙂 And I love the journaling idea! Thanks 🙂

  6. I’ve been a keen advocate towards having dinner on the table even not just with kids. I grew up in a household where were taught that a family/friends should share dinner together and I love it tremendously! I’ve been constantly teaching my boyfriend (we both came from different cultures) that dinner is one of the most important part of the day where we sit down and talk about our day at work and as well about the next day and just about anything! It gives you a good perspective of the other person’s experiences and as well how well are they doing. Communication is always a good key! My sister always keep her kids on the dinner table when it is time. They stop whatever they are doing and enjoy a nice homecooked meal together as a family. In my experience it keeps the family stronger 🙂

  7. Drifter says:

    This is such a good post. My dad never let me eat dinner anywhere else but on the dinner table. TV was a big “no-no”. As a kid I always cribbed about it but now I understand and I’m glad he did what he did 🙂

  8. Majesta Zea says:

    Dinner together is super important. I am a big electronics person and it is hard for me to put down my phone but I know i should!

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