As I said before, the biggest trick to Family Home Evening and Family Scripture Study for me at this time is trying to keep it on a two year old level. With The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' website at my side, I am happy to say, at last I have a plan!
The first thing that I decided as I looked for ideas for FHE & FSS was that we would follow the Church's Seminary schedule. In following their schedule, our children would go through each of the books and their stories at least four times before entering Seminary in High School. This will also help them to prepare for missions after High School. That being said, the Church's Seminary students are currently learning about the Book of Mormon and next school year will begin Doctrine and Covenants. My plan is to work on the Book of Mormon until June and then switch to Doctrine and Covenants in July to continue on until the following June. We won't have enough time to finish studying the Book of Mormon as we only have 11 weeks including today until the end of June, but we will be back to it soon enough.
One of the easiest things to do as a parent, whether you like it or not, is to act like your parents did. It's what you know and it was how you were taught. Likewise, one of the hardest things to do as a parent, is to do something your parents didn't do. This is where I stand on the topic of Family Home Evening and Family Scripture Study.
It would be unfair to say that we Never did these things as a family, because on occasion we did. We just never made it a habit. I believe this was especially true by the time I was old enough to notice, as by then most of my siblings were teenagers who were constantly on the move. As Matt and I got married, we started off really great at these things. We would read a chapter together from the Old Testament each night and we would read a General Conference talk together each week. We weren't hugely official about it, but we were doing something and that was a blessing.