By Amy Zawistowski National Committee of Grandparents for Children’s Rights
Americans will celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s within the next month. That’s a lot of festivity and, for most of us, many chances to see friends and family. But all that holiday togetherness isn’t always easy. There’s the stress of dealing with [...]
It’s hard to find a memory of my childhood without my grandmother. She was a part of every important moment in the first nearly twenty-five years of my life. I remember summer days on the beach, late nights at the local church bingo, and more shopping trips than my fingers can count.
My grandmother was [...]
Being a grandparent is a gift, and, until you become one, you cannot realize the love that you’ll feel for your children’s children. As a parent, you think you can never love another human being as much as you do your own child, but something happens when you become a grandparent. All of a sudden, [...]