As far as I can tell from experience, common wisdom, common sense and perhaps my Torah learning, it seems quality time spent talking, playing and generally interacting with one's parents is like oxygen for a child.
This makes me wonder, does the Torah place any form of obligation on parents to spend time with their children beyond the simply "veshinantam levanecha"? A schedule of any sort? X hours per day per child?
I understand I am not articulating this question well so please help me refine it. It is important. Shavua tov.