35 All the people brought David meat to eat. But David said,
I swear to God that I won't eat until the sun goes down.
36 This pleased the people, as everything that David did pleased all of the people.
A few more words about this episode
Saul's son, Ishbosheth (3:1)
Ishbotheth was Saul's only surviving son and became the king of Israel when Saul died.
David had six sons in Hebron. (3:2)
According to 2 Sam 5:5, David reigned for 7 years and six months in Hebron.
The Bible doesn't say whether he had any daughters in Hebron.
Up to now, we've known about three of David's wives: Michal, who Saul sold to David for 200 Philistine foreskins, but who was later given by Saul to another man; Abigail, who became David's wife after God killed her husband, Nabal; and Ahinoam, who David just somehow acquires when he took Abigail.