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Absurd advice for parents with school children . . .

... courtesy of Parents.com.I'm all for sitting down and eating as a family. We do it in my house every single night. The oldest person home, whether 55, or 30, or 16, is expected to have dinner on the table, and everyone in the house will sit down and discuss their day.In that I am in complete agreement with this article:Families who chow together bond better than those who eat at separate times and spaces.
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