Keep Your Kids on the Right Path – Feed ’em!

Did you know that, according to the research, children who eat dinner with their parents at least five times per week are 70% less likely to do drugs and almost 40% more likely to get As and Bs than kids who don’t.

And people complain that they don’t know how to keep their kids on the right path!  Feed ‘em!


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  1. Right on Linda… the elegant simplicity of it. Thanks for the timely reminder!

  2. Linda, are you sure we’re not motivational speakers from another Mother? I include this in every balance presentation because it’s truth! I mention it isn’t about perfection, but connection. It isn’t about what you eat, but that you eat together. And then say, (don’t shoot me Polly), “They’re called Happy Meals for a reason!” Your posts are always great food for our brains.

  3. Now that’s something we can do as parents. Simple, easy, and makes a big difference! Thanks for the reminder Linda! 

  4. Some of the best parenting methods are the simplest ones: listen to them like they have a brain in their head, let them know without question that you love them no matter what, and your truth, dear Linda, share meals together and feed them well.  It IS a happy meal, Colette, absolutely!!

  5. We live in such a different world today.  I remember mom always have dinner ready for, get this – all 7 kids and dad – every night accept Saturday which was Dad’s night to make “Dad’s All-Time Great Saturday Night Hamburgers!”  I have such a huge appreciation now for all of her efforts to keep the family eating together. Thanks for the reminder Linda!

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