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How often do you plan dinners and do you think eating meals with your family keeps you connected?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jun 8, 2010
    • I used to plan monthly dinners with my siblings but they just don’t know the real concept of being with family so I have opted not to include them in my dinners anymore so its just my hubby and my children and grand baby and from time to time we’ll invite friends over as well. Yes I feel it does keep you conncected with each other letting you know where each is in the lives and whats going on. Just plain ole family unity thats what I live for:FAMILY!




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      Angelcart wrote Jun 8, 2010
    • It’s just me and my husband.  I used to plan and buy groceries for a week but now I stop on the way home from work and get what I’m going to cook (if I do cook!).




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 8, 2010
    • I cook every night, but it’s just me and hubby.  I do try to do Sunday dinner once a month and get as many kids here as possible.

      Yes, eating together helps families stay connected.  There is something about sitting at table and breaking bread together that brings people closer.  Doesn’t matter if it’s your immediate family, your best friends, your church family, or your work family, sitting down and eating together is a good thing.




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