Family Dinner


The concept of Family Dinner, which used to be a tradition of the past, is making a resurgence as families use the time to unplug their devices and reconnect with each other.   It's a time for families to engage in conversation about kids' school and activities or just laugh together.  The ritual of a family dinner has been praised as an antidote to bad grades and bad habits in kids and bringing families closer.

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