Irene Madrid, co-founder of La Petite Baleen Swim Schools, believes that the pool is not only a place to learn to swim, it’s a classroom for learning life skills.
An organizing project can be a fun way to teach grandchildren valuable skills, including sorting, keeping like-with-like and one-in/one-out. Here are some suggestions.
M.J. Ryan’s book The Power of Patience is so readable and so quotable. Her key premise is that patience is a crucial factor in whether we have a satisfying life.
Connecting with grandchildren is a challenge for long-distance grandmothers. Combining old traditions and new technology helps bridge the miles.
Grandmas and moms are both busy, but moms have more pressures than grandmas had when they were raising them. Grandmas, unlike most moms, still have time for themselves.