We do! Even when I was a child Sunday's were family day-no non related visitors and we couldn't go to friends homes on Sundays. Mom always made a huge meal on Sundays. We do the same thing here. I told Fr. early on I wanted a Sunday family tradition. He agreed. We trained the girls early on regarding family day on Sunday. So now when the other kids ask if they can come over for awhile my girls don't even ask, I hear them say "No, it's family day today."Last night we had Pizza, popcorn and ice cream. We all watched a movie together. (A rarity). I love Sundays!M.Michelle
yum!!!!!!!!!! boy would I love to be at your house for dinner :)I am blessed though to have a church that has meals together (sometimes big sometimes small) on Sunday... really nice as I otherwise would be starting at my cat Cleo for Sunday dinner... :)
I love the idea, but I haven't gotten into the habit. Our Sundays are usually a frenzy of activity... lots of errands and plans after Liturgy (I blame the fact that we live so far from Church and have to pack in so much "in the big city" while we're there). However, I wouldn't mind a change in routine!
this is pretty similar to what we eat on a daily basis...we like our food made from scratch--no unhealthy preservatives for us. it's so worth the little extra effort though!
You blogged your dinner? How does Fr. J. put up with this?
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