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    Always at the table, breakfast, lunch and dinner with dd in her highchair.

    We eat dinner at 5/5.30pm with her (12mths). Tv is rarely on at the best of times but definitely not on at dinner.

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    Breakfast - at his little table in the family room ( which is adjacent to the kitchen) we only eat breakfast together on Sundays when we are all home

    Snacks - in the family room at his table or outside in the deck

    Lunch - usually DS and I sit outside together on the deck but we are rarely home for lunch

    Dinner - always together and at the dining table or outside dining table on the deck , we usually eat at 7, as DH is normally home 6.30 ish

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    At the little toddler table we have. We all sit down at it and eat meals there. no tv allowed.

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    We will aim to all eat together every night at the dinner table eventually. But DH is on shift work at the moment, and both DS1 and DS2 eat at different times and quite early to when I eat so we're all eating separately at the moment!

    DS1 (3) sits on a stool at the kitchen island to eat, usually while I'm getting something done in the kitchen.

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    Our house isn't big enough to have a dining room which I really hate and look forward to the day we have a dining room. But we all eat in the same room at the same time. Ds's have their own little table and chairs where they sit and eat. It's the only place inside they are allowed to eat. We do often have a BBQ and all sit at the outdoor setting to eat though.

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    We eat in the dining room at the dining table. Occasionally I will let them eat dinner in front of tv, but this is very rare. They were allowed to eat at the coffee table in front of tv on Sunday as they'd been to a birthday party until late. My husband got them dinner while I went upstairs and ran bath, got pjs ready etc.

    We also have alfresco dining area and we sometimes eat there.


 

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