A Case for Family Meals

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Family Meals are always so important. I make it a point to try my hardest to always get our entire family together for dinner every single night. Growing up, I didn’t always have that, but I think it’s so important to have that time together.

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Comments

  1. I agree that families need to eat together atleast once a day. I believe it makes for a healthier family and stronger family ties. Thank you for sharing these facts with us

  2. Karen Jaras says:

    Love to have a little family time over good food with no distractions.

  3. It’s always nice to have a sit down meal together to connect. Often, people are so busy they don’t have the time.

  4. laura rubenstein says:

    Meal time is very a important time for the family.

  5. I get that we are all busy but I can’t emphasize the importance of family meals.Sometimes that is the only time we get a chance to sit down and talk with our kids. We make a point EVERY night to always eat supper as a family and my kids will tell me that when they go to a friends there families don’t do that, they eat in front of the TV arugh….makes me crazy! I love all the stories, and memories we share and create just sitting around the table sharing a meal.

  6. Emily Endrizzi says:

    My parents always emphasized the importance of sitting down together for a family meal. Sometimes as a teenager I really hated it, but we did it anyway. I miss it now.

  7. We always had dinner together whenever possible. It is so important that there is family time.

  8. My husband and I rarely have a sit down meal together. I get hungry once a day. Usually around 10 a.m. If I don’t eat a bite right then, the feeling passes. If I eat any later, I feel sick and bloated all day. He’s at work then. He gets hungry late in the day.

  9. When I was growing up family dinners were non-negotiable. I think they are essential for families.
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  10. As a child family dinner was a must. It was never even discussed.At dinner, you sat down and ate, period.

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