Bridging the Generations

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Interviewing A Grandparent

My fourth grade Granddaughter had been given the assignment of interviewing a Grandparent. Out of four living grandparents and one great grandparent she chose me. I felt honored. It reminded me of when I was in fourth grade and given the same assignment. I chose to...

I Wake Up Slowly

I wake up slowly and becoming a Mom did not change that. Waking up slowly is not a good trait for a Mom, or a Nana. It can get a person into all kinds of trouble, but the worst was the night I tried to flush my son.

The Most Meaningful Complement

We must look for opportunities to establish trust in the relationship between Grandparent and Grandchild. The most authentic moments occur when we are not looking for them. So, we must be ready to take advantage of those opportunities to communicate effectively. I did not realize that the most meaningful compliment I would ever receive was going to come from my two year old Granddaughter. But it is my hope that this opportunity is the beginning of a relationship based on a strong foundation of trust.

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