’42′ Inspirational, Educational and Humorous Story of An American Legend that Grandparents & Grandkids Will Love!
By Ranny Levy, President/Founder of KIDS FIRST! – www.kidsfirst.org
Out in theaters on April 12 is the inspirational story of an American Legend, Jackie Robinson. Those of us who are old enough to remember the civil rights [...]
As sure as Lassie always found a way to save the day and Perry Mason almost never lost a case, you and all your baby-boomer friends are just as cool now as you were when those legendary TV shows were in their heyday. So no matter how you may look to the outside world, [...]
Dating after divorce is tough, but being in the dark about a relationship is even more difficult. Let’s help one gramma see the light.
Dear Gramma Good,
I’m a 46-year-old, divorced mother of three grown children and grandmother to four grandkids. I have been divorced for 22 years now, and haven’t had a date [...]
By Jonathan Micocci – GRAND Car Reviewer
I’ve admired the lines of the Kia Optima SXL so I jumped at the chance to spend some quality time with this sporty 4-door. Midsize sedans have some inevitable design similarities, but the Optima makes better use of the same amount of sheet metal. The look is balanced, [...]
by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue)
Carolyn was just a toddler and I had to take her temperature…rectally. When her dad came home from work, she announced to him, “I’m as sick as my buns’.
Kids don’t know how to express it right – but they do need to express what they’re thinking and feeling.
Kinship care options and advice for grandparents of kids in the child-welfare system
By Cathleen J. Newbanks
The Fostering Connections Act (2009) mandates that child-welfare workers locate and contact relatives within 30 days of a child being removed from the custody of their parent(s). Research has shown that children removed from their [...]