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Hive and Nest – Amazing Feats of Domesticity Sign up for Goodies First Name: Email address: Menu Skip to content Home About Favorite Posts Tutorials Preparedness Recipes April 6, 2017 The One Thing You Can Do To Make Your Child Happy and Successful I can already see your raised eyebrow and hear you muttering, “There isn’t one magic thing that we can do to make our children happy.” But there is! And, surprisingly, it doesn’t involve sports, music lessons or going to church. It’s eating dinner together as a family at least four nights a week. Roll your eyes all you want but eating together as a family matters a lot. A lot. It doesn’t matter what the food is (although studies have shown that children who eat dinner with their families tend to make better food choices in general), whether elaborate or simple. What matters is eating together with no electronics. Once the TV is turned on, all benefits of eating together go out the window. So eat and talk. That’s it. That’s the magic formula. And what does this formula get you? Several studies have shown that children who eat dinner with their families more than four times each week smoke less (both cigarettes and marijuana), consume less alcohol and engage in fewer at-risk behaviors like taking drugs, violence or sexual activity. Family dinners have been found to be a more powerful deterrent against high-risk teen behaviors than even church attendance. Yep, family dinners are THAT important. Occurrences of depression go down and grades go up. For school-aged kids, regular mealtime is an even more powerful predictor of high achievement scores than time spent in school, doing homework, playing sports or doing art. Teens who ate family meals five to seven times a week were twice as likely to get A’s in school as those who ate dinner with their families fewer than two times a week. Eating disorders are reduced when the family eats together, and childhood obesity is lessened too (unless you’re a super great cook, I imagine). Young adults who ate regular family meals as teens are less likely to be obese and more likely to eat healthily once they live on their own. Studies also indicate that dinner conversation is a more potent vocabulary-booster than reading. Young kids learned 1,000 rare words at the dinner table, compared to only 143 from parents reading storybooks aloud. Children who have a large vocabulary read earlier and more easily. Here’s a pretty cool benefit too: family meals are often a representation of the ethnic, cultural, or religious heritage of the family. As children participate in these cultural traditions, they begin to learn more about their heritage and their family’s history. A study from Emory University found that children who knew a lot about their family history, through family meals and other interactions, had a closer relationship to family members, higher self esteem, and a greater sense of control over their own lives. But what if you have teenagers and you basically can’t stand each other? Researchers at the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health found that even if family members are not very close to each other, having a meal together as a family reduces the risk for many troubling behaviors among teens. So grit your teeth, call a truce and think of some fun things to talk about (what are the funniest memories of Grandma? What was the best family trip we ever took? Who has our weirdest neighbor been?) All these amazing benefits for something that takes less than an hour. (Even less if you make quesadillas, our family’s favorite quick food.) You can’t get results like this from Tai Kwan Do or soccer! So take a look at your life and your schedule and see if you can’t make more time for something that really matters. There are some fantastic ideas about making family dinners go more smoothly at The Family Dinner Project. By Hildie | Filed under Good Things, Health, Kids, Parenting | Tags: how to raise successful kids, The best thing you can do for kids Add a Comment Share April 3, 2017 How Dedicated Are You To Your Kids’ Sports? I am proud to say that in twenty-one years of raising six children, I have been a soccer mom for a total of four months. In case you didn’t know, I don’t like being outside when it’s cold. Or hot. And being a soccer mom entails sitting outside in all… Read More Read More February 16, 2017 Big Head Valentine’s Day After what must be 3 billion class Valentine’s Day parties, my days of doing kid’s valentines are over. Jasper is in fifth grade and we made our very last valentine box. While this doesn’t make me even slightly sad this year, I bet I’ll feel a little melancholy about it next… Read More Read More February 14, 2017 Water Storage and Purification Remember how much I loved to tell you all about Preparedness? I haven’t for a while. Not because I haven’t been thinking about it. Oh no, no, no. Recently I have been stocking up on medical supplies and a giant canvas tent (more about that another day). But nothing you… Read More Read More February 8, 2017February 10, 2017 Fun on Google Maps Have you ever sat and looked up old places that you lived or worked on Google Maps? It’s pretty addictive. When I was very tiny I lived in Detroit, Michigan. My dad worked at one of the big car companies for most of my life, so Detroit was always home. I… Read More Read More January 30, 2017February 10, 2017 Makeup Monday–Exfoliation: Your Best Friend Unless you’re seven years old with rosy, glowing skin and no blemishes and wrinkles, then you need to exfoliate. There are few things that will make a bigger difference in how nice your makeup looks than getting rid of the dead skin on your face. Foundation and powder tend to… Read More Read More January 27, 2017January 30, 2017 One Less Teenager Today my second-born child, York, turns 20. I am down to having only two teenagers again. York has been getting his butt kicked down in Brazil (metaphorically speaking!) and learning piles of humility and patience. Hoo boy, has he needed that! Of course, York is still York and he told… Read More Read More January 25, 2017January 27, 2017 Almost Home from Brazil! Do you know what happens in thirty-five days? My daughter, India, comes home from Brazil! She has been gone for nearly eighteen months! Can you believe it? The first few months dragged by. And about a year ago she had a bunch of really difficult struggles that made me wonder… Read More Read More January 20, 2017January 27, 2017 The Mighty Change As if weren’t enough that we middle-aged moms are having to deal with teenagers and often times a husband or significant other who is having a major identity crisis, we are also blessed with physical mayhem of our own. If you haven’t reached this time in your life you may… Read More Read More January 17, 2017January 17, 2017 It Is Cold So I Must Knit It’s been cold here in Texas over the last couple of weeks. It got down to 22o which may not be that big of a deal to you, but it meant I had t...

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