This GRANDmom Explains…”Yeah but…” How we can understand seemingly incompatible positions. BY KAREN L. RANCOURT After the recent presidential election, several readers of my advice column expressed shock that one

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I PROMISE, the Slam Dunk New Picture Book from Cultural Icon LeBron James “I promise to be courageous, to be free, to strive for greatness, to be me.” Every parent

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Come To Grammie Camp BY LINDA EYRE  Looking back over my twenty plus years of Grandmothering, I’ve realized that the best investment of my time and the most fun I’ve

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Sesame Workshop helps kids face parental addiction In the United States, there are 5.7 million children under age 11, or one in eight children, living in households with a parent

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The ABCs of Learning Issues – A Practical Guide for Parents Author: Dana Stahl, M. Ed. Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba The ABCs of Learning Issues is a wonderful resource

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Living Agelessly – Is 70 the new 40? BY BARBARA PENN-ATKINS “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of wisdom, it was

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Enrich your grandbaby’s first year! Your sleeping, waking, crying, eating, rocking, rolling, sitting, crawling, standing, cruising, walking, talking GRANDbaby  BY CHERYL HARBOUR You have a new GRANDbaby!  It’s a major

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My grandson—the author BY SARA TISDEL During our weeklong family Thanksgiving trip to Florida, after a few days of nonstop ocean and pool fun, I asked my six-year-old grandson, Joah,

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Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago Top executives were warned of possible catastrophe from greenhouse effect, then led efforts to block solutions. By Neela

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From all of us regarding GRAND and politics…. What do we want most for our grandkids?  Does it change over time?  Do Swedes want different things than do Nigerians?  How

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BY CHERYL HARBOUR – Author My GRANDbaby – for new and expecting grandparents Will you be hands-on or on the sidelines? Will you love this grandbaby long distance or up

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Granddad reads and leads By Ken Canfield A Massachusetts Colony law enacted in 1644 stated that heads of households should be responsible for teaching their children to read. What if,

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Do Any Of Your Grandchild’s Toys, Furniture, Etc., Appear On This Recall List? By Laura Nikolovska – Kids In Danger Not only is summer officially underway but also we are halfway

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My GRANDbaby: Summer In Full Bloom BY CHERYL HARBOUR What a great time to be alive! Babies experiencing spring and summer for the first time are lucky, indeed, because the

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What Kids Need for a Mentally Healthy Summer by Tanya Peterson, NCC, MS Summer is about to begin in earnest. Those adults who have children in their lives likely have

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Yes you, that’s who.  Who doesn’t want to live their best life possible? We sure do and believe lots of others in the GRAND stage of life, agree. So, come

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By Marsha Felton One-of-a-kind event in San Francisco on November 19-20 brings together 500+ tech entrepreneurs and industry innovators to share best practices and collaborate on new models in care

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Let’s face it: the holiday season is full of contradictions. It brings out both the best and the worst in people. It seems like everyone has an opinion about how you

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By Emily Johnsen Parents and grandparents are the child’s first and foremost teachers. They play an important role in teaching children to read and—maybe just as importantly–to love reading. Now that

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By Deanna Picon Family trips can be a great way to bond with your loved ones, especially with your Austistic grandchild. With proper planning, realistic expectations, and a positive attitude, it

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