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    DD eats at 5-5.30.
    We eat at 7-7.30 after dd has been put to bed.

    She has arvo tea at 3.30/4 - just a yoghurt or an apple.
    I prepare our dinner during her nap so all i have to do it heat it thru at 7.
    DD has what we had the previous night. I cook for 3.

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    anywhere between 7:30 to 9.

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    Default What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    About 6pm.

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    Default What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    Between 5-5:30 my kids are in bed between 6:30 & 7 so it needs to be by 5:30 to fit in with our routine.

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    Default Re: What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    DS around 5-5:30,DH and I 7-7:30pm

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    we all eat dinner together and it's around 6 in summer but more towards 5.30 in winter bedtime is 7 no later

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    Default What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    Lately about 5:45 when dh gets home from work. DD gets hungry and I prefer for us all to eat together as she eats better that way.

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    Default Re: What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    5.00 I have grown up with this time. Dh always had dinner around 7.00 growing up but he finishes work at 3.30 with a lunch break at 11am so he is starving by 5.00. Works great for us.

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    Default What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    Between 5-6.30. I grew up having dinner around 6.30-7 but I can't do it with DD2 she gets so cranky I have l feed her and refuse to cook 2 dinners.

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    Default What Time Do You Have Dinner?

    5.30 6 nights a week, 6pm on Tuesday nights did to DS having sport. It's a push but we get there.


 

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