10 Benefits To Eating Family Dinner

“Kids who eat dinner on a regular basis with their family also have higher self-esteem and above average grade point averages. Having regular conversations around the dinner table can help boost vocabulary and public speaking skills.”

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Some of you who follow our daily dinner photos on Facebook may erroneously believe that we are all actually eating that meal, at the same time.  Here is what actually happens:

  • I snack and nibble and taste so much during meal prep, that I am full before dinner is even finished!
  • TJ is always outside at the pond behind our house till the sun goes down, and I hate to call him in, because I like that he’s outside.
  • Erica complains about dinner so much, I prefer to dish it up for her and then hide, rather than listen to her complain about what she doesn’t like.
  • Wade walks in after work and says, “I’m not hungry- we had Brat’s at work today.”

Read more: https://www.superhealthykids.com/10-benefits-to-eating-family-dinner/

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