It’s Family Day! This is a day to eat dinner with your kids. Do you sit down and eat dinner with your family at least five days a week? Research shows that regularly eating dinner with your family fosters better mental and physical health. It also lowers the risk of your children having addictions and social problems.
The family that eats together stays together. Get the entire family involved with different family members taking turns cooking, setting the table, or washing and drying dishes. Dinner is the optimal time to open communication with your entire family. You can laugh, play, and share.