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    Breakfast and dinner are eaten together in this house. Dh leaves for work at 6.30am so brekky is served at 6am mon-fri. Dinner is at 5pm and we all sit down at the table again. DD2 is in bed by 6.30pm abd DD1 goes to bed at 7/7.30 and then DH has supper/dessert whilst I have a cuppa or wine.

    Weekends brekky is at 7am latest cos I dont like to waste the mornings.

    DD1 has lunch by herself mon, thurs, and fri as I eat when she naps. Usually stuff that I don't want her to eat

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    My dd and DS eat at about 5ish and coz DP has crazy hours and never knows when he will be home we sometimes eat together.

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    We have a 2yo DS and a 4yo DS and always eat around 6. DH is normally home by 6/6:30 so if he is running late I eat with the boys and put DHs plate in the oven do it stays warm. Weekends are sometimes a bit later but normally around 6 and we all eat together most of the time

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    Dinner is at 6pm here. Their dad joins us for the weekend dinners most of the time. So even though the whole family isn't at the table it's still nice family time at the end of the day.


 

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