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My wife lets them stay up for candle-lighting which seems to satisfy them. Depending how late it is, you could also let them stay up for kiddush/hamotzi (which we've also done). However, actually eating a full meal with them without accepting Shabbos should be a problem. See Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 249:2: אָסוּר לִקְבֹּעַ בְּעֶרֶב שַׁבָּת סְעֻדָּה ...


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When my children were very young, we would eat dinner early (5 or 6) and let them stay up for kiddush after shul. Since it is earlier than the earliest candle lighting, there is no problem with eating. Since it is earlier than the earliest candle lighting time, we could not accept shabbos, and would thus be able to eat, since the meal will not run into the ...



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