How To Make Sharing The Table A Priority

How To Make Sharing The Table A Priority

There’s no more effective way to pour good things into the life of children (or another adult) than sharing a meal that everyone has a hand in preparing. Here’s a few ideas on how to make sharing the table a priority.

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