... 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.
School starts and all of a sudden, nights are busier than ever. Here's a week's worth of Rachael Ray's newest 30-Minute Meals to help get dinner on the table, faster, and get everyone to sit down and spend some time as a family. As ... Read Post
Kids who ate meals regularly with their family were 24 percent more apt to eat healthy. Credit: Getty Images Taking time to sit down and eat as a family at dinner could help keep your children at healthy weights. A new study publish... Read Post