We want to keep the “grand” in grandparent, but not have “over indulgence” be a part of that meaning. There are lessons we can teach, and who better to teach them than grandparents?
Can you think of one event or moment that’s created an indelible memory of your grandchild? Wouldn’t it be nice if you wrote it down in a journal to preserve it?
I’m offering you an invitation to reflect on the past year, plan for the new one, and think about your New Year’s resolutions as a grandma.
Several years ago, author Juliet Rothman’s 13-year old granddaughter told her about her first date and then asked Juliet to describe her first date. At that moment she realized that our lives matter to our grandchildren as much as theirs do to us. She was inspired to write her book, Grandparenting with Heart: . . […]
Share three secrets to a successful life with your grandchildren to help them discover what they’re good at, what they love and what they value.