If you'd love to start going on regular family outings with your kids, you might find the tips here interesting.
Start making a weekly trip to a restaurant that provides a family-friendly breakfast
A regular weekly trip is a restaurant is a great family outing that your partner and your kids will probably be quite happy to go along with, as everyone enjoys good food, there are plenty of affordable family-friendly restaurants, and it doesn't take much planning or effort to go to this type of place. It's best to go on the weekend and to have a family-friendly breakfast, rather than lunch or dinner. The reason for this is as follows: going out to dinner as a family can be difficult, particularly during the weekdays, as some of your kids may have homework to do or after-school activities to participate in, you and your partner might both be worn out after work, and all of you may need to do things to prepare for school or your jobs the following day. If however, you go out for breakfast on the weekend, you'll all be far more relaxed and will feel content to take your time and enjoy some food and conversation.
If you don't have time on weekday mornings to have anything other than cereal or some fruit, having a once-a-week family-friendly breakfast at a restaurant could be particularly enjoyable, as you can let your kids eat indulgent breakfast foods that you rarely have time to cook (such as waffles and bacon with maple syrup or omelets and sausage). Furthermore, because you won't have to do the dishes afterward, you can just have fun and relax with your kids, instead of focusing on how you'll need to clean up the mess they make during this meal.
Follow up your breakfast outing with another group activity
If you, your partner, and your children are all free after your weekend breakfast, you should consider following it up with another group activity immediately afterward. The reason for this is as follows: the period after you've just had a filling and delicious breakfast in a relaxing setting is the perfect time to do something family-orientated together, as you're all likely to be energetic and in a good mood. Additionally, heading directly from the restaurant to this other activity will ensure that your efforts to have a post-breakfast outing together won't be hindered by, for example, you having to pick up one of your kids from soccer practice first or by your other child not wanting to be interrupted when they're trying to do their school project.
Depending on what the weather's like after this meal, you could go for a walk around a zoo, go to a local bowling alley or do some thrilling outdoor activity, like snowboarding or zip-lining. You can plan this activity each week, or you can simply mull it over whilst you have breakfast and make a spontaneous decision during this meal about what to do.Share