We have a routine at dinner time at our house. We call it "Sucks & Sweets." We go around the table and share our biggest suck (the worst part of our day) and our sweet (the best part of our day). It's a great way to spark conversation at the dinner table when kids don't always want to share their day.
Lately though, the conversations have been going like this...
Parents: What was your sweet of the day?
Parents: What part of school?
We've been trying to come up with different ways to spark conversation with the kids... and each other! Then, my wife stumbled upon the following blog...
This is a must-read by blogger and best-selling author, Glennon Doyle Melton.
We are going to try this approach to asking meaningful questions. I'll let you know how it works!