Family Dinner Traditions: table talk

table talk: a great way to inspire fun and interesting dinnertime conversation with kids

I’m talking this week about our family meal traditions, and the efforts we’re taking to make dinnertime for meaningful and enjoyable. Our kids’ favorite mealtime activity, by far, is to ask each other questions from our Table Talk box. I bought these on a whim on Amazon last year and they were so worth it . . . they really do inspire great conversations. We have both the family version and the kids version, and actually have to limit the kids to 4 questions per meal, or we would be there all night.

table talk: a great way to inspire fun and interesting dinnertime conversation with kids

table talk: a great way to inspire fun and interesting dinnertime conversation with kids

This was a timely question since the kids had been pretty homesick on our 8-day cruise.

 

table talk: a great way to inspire fun and interesting dinnertime conversation with kids

Karis said her best quality was tooting. I guess we need to work on her self image?

table talk: a great way to inspire fun and interesting dinnertime conversation with kids

This question cracked me up. Only Jafta answered that he wanted to be a scientist, and he gave his siblings a fervent lecture about social justice. What a cutie.

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