Conversations during dinner are a great way to nurture our connection with our children. 

Sounds great in theory, but how do you feel about it at the moment?


  • Do you feel like you are just going through the motions of making a conversation that is not that interesting for you?
  • Do you feel like children talk and you are on the outskirts of the conversation?
  • Are you so tired by the end of the day that you want to be over and done with it?

If you can relate to any of this - I've got something that might change that. 

A jar of dinner questions tailored to your family. Questions that can invite conversations in which you can get to know your child differently, and they can get to know you as well. Something that you might have never asked each other before. 

This is how it works: each week (for 9 weeks) I will send you a letter (an email if you are outside of the UK) with 10 carefully selected dinner questions. Please provide as much information about your family as you like. The more I know about you, the more I can personalise the questions. After you placed your order, drop me a quick email at and share what you would like me to know about your family. 


For the nine weeks, choose 1 (!) question per dinner. You may want to take turns choosing the questions. The invitation is for everyone to answer the question, and if somebody does not feel like it at that time, that's ok as well. As you are listening to each other's answers, aim to be present and ask further questions to understand more about what has been said.  


Find a jar, a tub, or a box to keep the questions that you chose. Each evening, after your dinner conversation, put the question that you selected in the jar. If it works for you to do it every night, you will have 7 questions in your jar at the end of the first week. Recycle the questions that did not catch your interest.


By the end of 9 weeks, you will have had many conversations you would not have had otherwise and a jar full of dinner questions unique to your family. Most of the questions are designed to be answered again and again and again. The more you come back to them to more you learn about each other. 

Your family's jar of dinner questions