Adopting can be an overwhelming and often confusing time for any set of new parents. Regulations, laws, and restrictions can vary from country to country and even state to state. Knowing the guidelines and basic process of adoption in the location of interest can be a huge assistance and can turn that overwhelming time into one of great excitement.
Doing art with your grandchild makes for a lot of fun and lasting memories. And once you’re finished with all of the fun you’ve got a great piece of artwork to remind you of how much fun you just had. Below we have some great art ideas that can are super fun and can be done on a shoestring budget.
Publish Date: Tue, 02/08/2011 - 18:21 Categories: Grandparents
Teenagers are hard to impress these days. If you’re looking for ways to connect to your teenage grandkids you’ve got to learn how to walk in their shoes and get on their level. Just because there is a generational gap between you doesn’t mean that you can’t connect with them and have an amazing relationship. By being into what they like you are showing them you value and understand where they are coming from. Today’s teens could certainly benefit from being around their elders and getting some sound advice on how to live life.
Publish Date: Tue, 02/08/2011 - 16:56 Categories: Grandparents
One of the best parts about being a grandparent is being able to spoil your grandchild and then send them back to their parents. You’ve done your job of raising your own child now it’s time to have all of the fun without the work. So what’s the best ways to spoil your grandchild? Read on to find out the top 10 ways to spoil your grandkids.
Publish Date: Tue, 02/08/2011 - 14:36 Categories: Grandparents
Are you in your 40s, 50s or even 60s? Have you worked hard all your life to provide for your family, and now looking forward to enjoying your renewed life as a couple now that your kids are grown and on their own? That's the dream, and the supposed payoff for doing things right. If you're like millions of people at that point, you may find yourself suddenly surprised to find yourself right back at the starting line. According to the 2005 U.S. Census report, nearly 6 million children under the age of 18 were living with their grandparents, a figure up nearly 25% since the previous 2000 findings of 4.5 million.
Publish Date: Tue, 02/08/2011 - 11:38 Categories: Grandparents