... 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.
Getty Images For many parents, sending the kids back to school means afternoons of extra driving, mad scrambles to get dinner on the table, and helping kids with homework -- if there's time. Often, there isn't. One solution is getti... Read Post
Children who regularly sit down with their families to eat tend to enjoy better health, have a considerably lower risk of becoming obese, and develop healthy eating habits, researchers from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champai... Read Post