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
Dr. Ken Canfield with some practical ways to stay connected to your grandkids as we continue through this pandemic.
Passing on a strong heritage is critical to fulfilling our role as grandparents, and our family history is a big part of that.
The example you set and the impressions you create as a couple can be very powerful and lasting for your grandkids.
Maybe this is an opportunity to be unique and creative. What does your love for your grandchild prompt you to do?
by Peter Lewis – How a grandfather and granddaughter turned an afternoon at the lake into a life-lesson on courage.
I had a memorable conversation with a grandfatherly gentleman who pulled me aside to share his secrets to success, it was clear he had learned some things from years of experience.
Although most grandparents aren’t the main influencers for our grandkids, we are strong influencers and can play a part in helping them feel safe and heard during this time.
For many of us, grandparenting is a matter of small, simple investments: a word of encouragement, an outing to go shopping or get ice cream, showing up at games and concerts …
Here at the start of a new year, I believe we can and should find ways to be more involved in our grandkids’ lives.
Even at the end of a difficult year, there are still some great reasons to help make Christmas special for your grandkids.