As a working mother, who has learned by trial and error with my two sons and husband, and as a family therapist, who asks every family about their dinners, this is what I’ve learned:
1. It doesn’t have to be daily.
2. Play with your food.
3. It’s doable.
4. Try new activities and share talents.
5. Share your family history.
6. Stay connected.
7. It’s good for you, too.
Learn why these are some of my top reasons for recommending regular family dinners on Parenting.com.