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    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      Thank you for the comment! Family time means more to me than anything, especially after having my daughter! I look forward to it every week 🙂

  1. My parents raised me to set the Sunday aside as the Sabbath Day. We used it to go to church as a family and then the rest of the day was family time. Sometimes we’d go visit older people who didn’t have family around. Now that I’m raising my own littles, I’m doing the same with my family. It’s even more fun (I think) because we live near a lot of extended family and have Sunday dinners with them. I love your list. I’ve done that before because sometimes we get in a rut. Thanks for the ideas!

    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      I love this!! Spending time with older people who don’t have family around is such a special thing to do! What a nice way to give back to those in your community 🙂 That’s great that you live so close to your extended family! I would love having Sunday dinners with more of my family if they were closer. I’m glad I gave you some new ideas!

  2. I love dedicated family days! We’re so busy during the week, and then Saturdays is filled up with sports so Sunday is our day as well. Our kids are older (4-8), so family day usually involves surfing or going to the bike track, but we love staying in with movies and popcorn on rainy days too.

    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      Thank you for your comment! I’m sure sports makes your schedule very busy! Surfing and going to the bike track sounds fun!! What a great way to stay active as a family!

    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      Thank you!! I love taking pictures 🙂 Family fun days always make me happy!!

  3. With the hustle and bustle of the week I often find myself wanting to pack Sunday with getting the to-do list done and getting ready for the next week. Thank you for the great post and good reminder for how important Sunday family time is. Sure, things need to get done, but I can’t get that precious time back while my babies are small.

    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      Thank you for your comment! I definitely understand wanting to catch up and tackle the to-do list. I try to just block out a little bit of time for that and then leave the rest of the day for time with my husband and daughter. This time with your babies is definitely precious!

  4. You have some great suggestions on how to make the most of family time! Sunday’s are currently the day that we spend preparing for the upcoming week (meal prep, cleaning, shopping, etc.) we could take a page from your book! It’s important to slow down and spend time with the ones that are most important.

    • grogers2007@gmail.com

      Thank you for your comment! I also use Sunday’s to prepare for the upcoming week. My goal is to get all of that done in the morning and then leave the afternoon/evenings for family time.

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