Being a secret-sharing grandparent (one who finds an engaging way to teach the principles that really matter) BY LINDA AND RICHARD EYRE All of us grandparents are teachers in our
5 tips to help your g-kids value face time over screen time BY MARYGRACE SEXTON As grandparents, there’s always an inclination on our part to spoil our grandchildren just a
An open letter to my family about why I ask so many questions BY JERRY WITKOVKSY,MSW Dear Family, You can’t imagine the pride and happiness that I have in
BY KAREN L. RANCOURT, Ph.D Before the election I wrote two columns on the impact of the campaign on family relationships: (1) “Grandparents’ Political Rants Are Upsetting;” (2) “Readers’ Responses
By Karla Sullivan She was assisting her mother with the stairs in her home. While descending together, her Mom froze, cried out and frightfully stared at the last stair. Her
Sharing a glass of chocolate milk seemed harmless. Ruth (age 7) and Carolyn (age 6) handed the cup back and forth, being careful not to spill on their clean clothes.
My oldest daughter, Ruth (age 11) and I spent girl time together. We shopped and ate and talked. I wanted the same experience with my middle child, Carolyn (age 10).
“THE SCHOOL OF RESPONSE/ABILITY” By Dr. Ed Hollenberg – Father of six and GRANDfather of 19 For many years I’ve had a love affair with words, especially words that are
Teaching Your Grandchildren to Communicate Like you, I’m a grandparent—first time for my husband, Larry, and my- self. As a long time student of child development, and as a mom