New grandmas often forget the most important people in their new relationship are the grandchild’s parents. That’s why grandparents need to be team players.
Mary Bomyea and her great-granddaughter Lennon Clement discover how much fun it can be spending time together while revealing the positive impact of inter-generational learning.
I confess to being an overachiever for most of my adult life. I bring that same mindset to being a grandma and sometimes it gets me into trouble because I take on too much.
As grandmas, it’s important that we don’t favor one grandchild over another because it can have long-lasting effects on both the favored and the less favored child.
When her D-I-L asked her to watch her 2-month-old son because she has to work, the grandma said, “Yes, but when you’re making money, it isn’t on MY time, so I will charge you.”
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