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    Default Meal times

    What's your meal time routine?

    We try to eat dinner the table as a family.
    At breakfast the kids 2 & 4 usually eat at the kids table while we are fussing about getting ready for the day.

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    We all eat together breakfast, lunch and dinner the only exception is if hubby and I are having dinner date after they are in bed

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    We ALWAYS eat dinner at the table & together at 6pm

    Then bath at 6:30pm & bed at 7

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    We always eat dinner together unless dh is on night shift. If dh is home, he eats breakfast with ds but otherwise ds eats where I can chat to him etc whilst making his lunch for school and getting ready to start work. On weekends we generally eat breakfast, lunch and dinner together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bexta View Post
    We ALWAYS eat dinner at the table & together at 6pm

    Then bath at 6:30pm & bed at 7
    Same here :-)

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    We try to eat dinner at the table together as often as possible. DH usually doesn't get home until 6 - 7pm so it's not always possible, depends on how DDs day is going. When I go back to work in a week it'll be very hard as I won't get home until 7/7:30 2 nights a week. I eat breakfast with DD but she's usually napping during lunch time.

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    I sit down with the boys and DS1 eats while I help feed DS2 then it's bath and bed and I make my dinner and eat by myself

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    DH leaves for work very early before any of us are up. I sometimes eat with the girls but more often then not i don't eat brekky, they do eat together at the table though. we eat lunch together at the table minus daddy and we always eat dinner together at the table unless one of us is out for whatever reason

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    We all have dinner together at 6.45ish. DH is gone before DS wakes. Sometimes I'll have breakfast with him, depends how late he sleeps. Sometimes I have lunch with him but if not, I at least sit with him while he eats.


 

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