I’ve always been a big believer in the power of a family dinner. For us that time is sacred. Not because we always have fun or we always love the food being served (with four kids, you rarely hit the mark with all of them), but because it’s time spent together.
Like me but out on the East Coast in Brooklyn rather than in the Midwest in St. Paul, Jennie feels the same. Family dinners are more than just another bullet point on an already overflowing to-do list. They’re a part of sense and order, “a time to come together as a family and talk about your day, say grace or clink glasses and cherish the moment with each bite.”
Read Jennie’s entire post on Back-to-School Dinners over on the Food Network Dish.
This mom doesn’t do family dinner … instead, this meal’s the most important to her