That has become our motto over the last years. Growing up we didn’t have busy lives, and you just had to sit down and have a meal at the table. Nowadays we are struggling between sports, classes and being stuck at the office for just a little longer.
So when we sit down, we set the table and go full out, to enjoy a home cooked meal and each other’s conversations.
The more meals a family shares, the stronger the relationships between family members will be, especially with children and teens.
The more sit-down meals a family enjoys together, the greater family’s chances of developing healthy relationships and enjoyable overall psychical health.
So make it a priority to sit down with your family at least one night a week and a brunch on the weekend.