kiddie table

kiddie table

A table typically used at family gatherings where only children sit (as opposed to the table where adults sit). So how old do I have to be to graduate from the kiddie table?
See also: table
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You have made it possible for us to sit not at the kiddie table, but at the table for everyone," said Catherine Torraville,' a youth member of the Council of General Synod (CoGS), during a farewell dinner to the primate at a CoGS' meeting in March.
The Casey run was plotted not long after the 2004 election, when polls convinced Washingtonians that "moral values issues"--abortion, gay marriage--were keeping the Democrats at the kiddie table even as the governing GOP stumbled from blunder to blunder.
Prim and proper 9-year-old Anna (Nina Kervel) smugly demonstrates her ability to cut a piece of fruit just-so with a knife and fork at the kiddie table at a wedding.
She explains: "It's just a little chair that came from a kiddie table and chairs set that faces a corner.
At this pre-Thanksgiving feast, every seat was at the kiddie table.