Most of us go out to eat because we want a break from cooking or we want to try flavors or maybe just to taste something that we would not ordinarily prepare for our selves. What behaviors are we teaching our children when they are dining out? Are we placing a screen in front of them to keep them behaving? Are we thumbing through our phones instead of fostering conversation at the table?
What if we tried these strategies instead?
7 Awesome Games To Keep Kids Occupied in a Restaurant
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