My husband and I usually have our routine for eating dinner and such. We usually don't eat until 6 or 7 oclock at night. His son lives with us, but is usually never around during the week for dinner. On the weekends when the son or daughter are around, I don't think it is right that we should change our routines for them. My husband will make them a meal at ANY time of the day and I feel that they should have to adjust to our routine and wait until we are ready to eat too. Am I wrong for feeling that way. If they can't be here to eat when we eat, that's too bad. It irritates me so much because I always have to wait for my supper, but they can walk in the front door at 2 in the afternoon and immediately my husband asks if they are hungry and if they say yes, he will make them a plate ASAP. He actually cooks supper early on the weekends for that reason and puts it in the fridge, so if they are hungry, he will just get it out for them right away and make them a plate.
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