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
Grandparents: all dads can use some affirmation and encouragement now and then. And we’re in a great position to give it.
New couples are to leave their parents and create a new family of their own, and it’s vital that we grandparents respect and encourage that process.
From Dr. Ken Canfield: Most grandparents are looking for more ways to stay in contact with your grandkids, build them up, and let them know you love them.
by Grant Goodvin – Stories, traditions and values add richness to family, and it’s likely up to us to pass them down and carry them forward.
From Dr. Ken Canfield: There aren’t too many great things about getting older, but having grandchildren is definitely one of them.
Being a grandparent isn’t always easy. Sometimes we need to look at what was poured into us as we try to pour the right stuff into our grands.
For Mother’s Day, here are tributes to grandmothers. Know that your grandchildren will grow up with similar thoughts and memories about you.
Nana’s House by Teresa Kindred: I know grandmothers who connect with their grandchildren via FaceTime and make the best of it, but it’s very challenging for them.
Sharing your faith with your grands is difficult when you and your adult child don’t share the same commitment to faith.
It’s widely recognized that we grandparents can say things that reach the heart of a grandchild like no one else’s words will.