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Family Matters- Table Talk Book Review

I have mentioned the past couple weeks how I really want to start making a weekly feature giving families a way to come closer together. Recently I was given the chance to review a great book that gives just that. A way to interact with your children when perhaps you are just kind of stuck on what to say. Table Talk by John and Tina Bushman
is full of questions and quotes that will help you start great family discussions. I LOVE that this book is written for family by a family, you don't often see a husband and wife work together any more and it is quite inspiring. We decided to take it one night at a time and one page at a time. He is a picture of one of the great pages so you can get a more exact idea of what the book is filled with.
My oldest son is 10 and out of all the children he really enjoyed this book the most. He couldn't think of anything that he wanted to try that was exotic though.lol It did get him thinking though and he love discussing the quotes, even wanted to take more time then just dinner to google the people in the quotes. I loved the reactions I got from my two youngest children as my husband and I started naming foods that were weird and beyond! Not all of them were create your own answer questions. I liked that some were multiple choice :) we wrote down everyone's answers so that after we finish the book and start over we can see how everyone's answers have changed! This is the perfect book for any family no matter how big or small.If you are interested in learning more about this book make sure to head to their website HERE.
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Comments

Tina said…
Thanks so much for this awesome review!

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