If you’re like most grandparents, you’re always on the look-out for activities to enjoy with your grandkids. A hobby provides lots of opportunities for learning, bonding, and having a grand time together.
Pursuing a hobby — whether an art, craft, sport, favorite pastime, or activities linked to a personal passion (horses, earth science, music, [...]
By Doreen Rosenthal and Susan Moore
More than 2,100 blended families are formed in the United States every day (according to thebondedfamily.com). That means a large percentage of the 70 million grandparents in this country are or will become step-grands. Some of us may find that role to be not only unfamiliar but [...]
By Julie Obradovic
Julie Obradovic is a Contributing Editor to Age of Autism
A recent post on The Thinking Mom’s reminded me about the roles grandparents play in the autism epidemic. I believe in many cases they are the unsung heroes of much of what we’ve been able to accomplish in the pursuit of [...]
As you may know, we’ve been running the She Said/She Said column on this website. Now Remy and Blair, the mother/daughter team (Blair Selby, aka Mom and Remy Agee, aka Grand) are now available on Facebook. If you’d like to check them out and “Like” their page, you could win a wonderful DVD for [...]
By: Jinny Gudmundsen
Imagine this: Your grand child is enjoying some iPad playtime while you enjoy the silence it brings. But as you cook dinner uninterrupted, your grand child (whom you have allowed to play a “free,” educational app that you approved ahead of time) is happily buying add-ons [...]
(Editor’s Note: Most always we are so in love with our grand kids that we overlook many behaviors that may seem a little strange to us, but rudeness is not one of them. Hope you enjoy this article from an experienced mom offering four tips if your teen granddaughter or grandson behave rudely to you [...]
Grandparents & Grandchildren Share a Common Ally!
By Donne Davis – Founder of the GaGa Sisterhood www.gagasisterhood.com an award winning website where grandmas bond, brag, and benefit.
Being a grandparent is complicated. I discovered that nine years ago after witnessing the birth of my first grandchild. I was blessed to be the first person to [...]