Today’s Grandparent – Weekly Newsletter
Grandparents have a profound influence on future generations…
At the National Association for Grandparenting, we seek to validate and empower grandparents as they bond with future generations in meaningful ways and leave a lasting positive legacy. Grandparents are important contributors to children and society, and we are here as a clearinghouse of information, bringing top-notch resources and insights to grandparents.
Today’s Grandparent newsletter is full of ideas, advice, and inspiration for grandparents seeking to leave a lasting influence on future generations.
Recent Blog Articles
Our grandchildren know that we can usually give them all the time and attention they want.
We need to speak what’s on our heart plainly and with conviction. Sometimes saying it makes all the difference to our adult kids.
by Carolynn Scully: We tell about the connections that holiday stories have made in us and hope they inspire the next generation.
Elaine McAllister describes a treasured holiday tradition that she shares with her grandchildren. Can you do something similar with yours?
NANA’S HOUSE by Teresa Kindred: I hope you have good memories to fill your empty chairs, and I pray for those whose heart wounds are fresh.
“Avoid petty disagreements” and two other early reminders to make the most of the Christmas season – from Dr. Ken Canfield.
We must not take this privilege for granted. Our grandkids are blessings that bring joy and opportunities to invest in the future.
NANA’S HOUSE by Teresa Kindred: “A high level of grandparental involvement increases the well-being of children.”
by Carolynn Scully: Photographs are doorways to memories that invite stories to be told and connections between generations to be made.
Part of our role as grandparents is to share wisdom. And that might sound simple, but it definitely isn’t.