Many people like to refer to Mosiah 2:5 as an example of families getting together for General Conference.

And it came to pass that when they came up to the temple, they pitched their tents round about, every man according to his family, consisting of his wife, and his sons, and his daughters, and their sons, and their daughters, from the eldest down to the youngest, every family being separate one from another.

What do you think?  Is it a stretch to call this General Conference?  It’s the only mention in the Book of Mormon.

It also mentions children.  My kids are getting a little older so they don’t bother us so much during conference, but they aren’t exactly listening either.  Frankly we’re just glad they’re relatively quiet so we can watch.  Is it better they can learn from our example, or do you try to get them to listen?