By Dennis Miller
Many grandparents are afraid they simply won’t be able to retire – or stay retired – when and how they planned. We can talk about retiring later, taking a part-time job, and cutting back on expenses, but those are only partial solutions. Of the seniors who are still working, very few are [...]
Editor’s Note: As we know, safety is top on the list for grandparents when it comes to their grandchildren. We’ve published numerous lists and reminders, but in my opinion, you just can’t be too careful when it comes to protecting your grandkids from dangers right in your own home.
By Louie Delaware – The [...]
By Jonathan Micocci – AKA Grandpere – GRAND Car Reviewer
Mitsubishi I-MIEV SE 5 Door Hatchback
A certain German brewer of beer advertises that ‘you never forget your first girl’. I’m not sure if that’s true or even desirable but I [...]
(Editor’s Note: I saw this in the Wall Street Journal today and just had to share)
By Liz Peterson Weiss
I imagined retirement being many things—but not teacher conferences, appointments with pediatricians and soccer games.
At age 64, I am a member of an unconventional club: grandparents raising grandchildren. The Census Bureau estimates there are [...]
By Ranny Levy, Founder and President of Kids First!
Star Trek into Darkness is the second movie based on the original TV series and, for those of us who grew up watching this show, brings back all our favorite characters – Captain James Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto). Uhura, (Zoe Saldana), Bones (Karl Urban), [...]
Since its release in 2010 the iPad has enjoyed immense popularity and millions have been sold worldwide. But what is an iPad exactly? The iPad is a tablet computer with a screen size of 9.7 inches, about the size of a comic book. You can use it to surf the Internet, send and receive [...]
By Paula Spencer Scott, senior editor at Caring.com
Too often, the youngest members of the family are ignored when a health crisis or problem strikes. They may ask, “What’s happening?” and be brushed off. Or the answer to “Is Grandpa going to be all right?” is a curt (and not always realistic) “Of course!” [...]