Legal guardianship of a grandchild? BY KYLE PERSAUD You have a grandchild, and you believe that your grandchild may be in danger. You feel that you need a guardianship. You

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How Grandparents Can Practice Water Safety By Nikki Fleming, Pool Safely Campaign Leader, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Summer is here and that means it’s time to hit the pool

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BY EMILY MORGAN Have you ever looked into the eyes of your dog and wondered what they’re thinking? In Balzer + Bray’s  (an imprint of HarperCollins) new book, Dogs at

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Rita Moreno: Just A Girl Who Decided To Go For It * Stunning In-Depth Look at One Of Hollywood’s Most Trailblazing Actors June 14th, 2021 Over a 70+ year career,

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Dear Dad BY CAROLINE CHIRICHELLA Dear Dad, It’s been 436 days since we last saw you. 436 days since you last saw your granddaughter, Lucia-Antonia. I remember so clearly the

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BY EMILY MORGAN If singer Cat Stevens stretched his hand out of the window of a colorful train car and asked me to join him, I’m pretty sure I’d grab

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A Great Granddad BY MARTIN GLEESON Limerick, Ireland Mary stopped the car just outside Leonard’s Newsagents. She handed a $20 note to her ten-year-old son David and told him, “There will

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Criticizing Or Complaining Rarely Buys You Anything BY JOSHUA COLEMAN While many grandparents can regularly see their grandchildren, others rarely can spend time with their grands. However, some grandparents find

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Being A Grandparent Financial Facilitator BY RICHARD AND LINDA EYRE Our column in last fall’s issue was on being an Independence-Giver to your grandkids (See it ­here). In that article,

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Hello Blockchain BY DEANNA SHOSS How will blockchain influence your life? First off, the Dukes, the two $1 bet guys in Trading Places, are gone. And your children or grandchildren will

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Our words can travel endless miles when we cannot When your grandchildren reflect back on their relationship with you, they’re going to remember that you told them you loved them,

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Climate Change:  Grandmothers Step Up For Their Grandchildren BY SHERIE STARK Leaving a legacy to one’s family means more than leaving a will or an estate plan; it also means

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The Museum of Everything REVIEW BY EMILY MORGAN  The Museum of Everything is anything but an ordinary children’s book. It’s more like a trip you might take to an art

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The Stretch It Takes: Competing With Time If there’s one thing that this pandemic has taught me, it’s that time looks and feels different to different people, depending on their

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Why I Love Charging My Smartphone, Now If you’re like me, you are always looking for where you left your smartphone. I’ve spent way too much time searching high and

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The key to successful parent-grandparent relationships in two words BY KAREN L. RANCOURT As my friend was introducing me to a friend of hers, she mentioned to him that I

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The Extraordinary in the Ordinary Preserve Your Life Story for Future Generations BY JAMES SOLHEIM I had just written Grandmas Are Greater Than Great, a multigenerational book for grandkids and

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6 Skills to Strengthen in 2021 BY DONNE DAVIS – FOUNDER AND INSPIRATIONAL GURU OF THE GAGA SISTERHOOD We may feel relieved that 2020 is finally over but how are

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Grandparents who hadn’t hugged their grandsons since March shared a loving embrace, thanks to a bright idea to use inflatable polar bear costumes. SWNS Barbara and Clive Walshaw said the

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5 Things Not To Say To Your Grandchildren By Karen L. Rancourt L. RANCOURT –  AKA – Ask Grandma Karen Summertime for many families means vacations and more time together

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