Welcome Happy Grandparents!
Involved grandparents make a big difference in the lives of their grandchildren.
Grandparents, Did You Know?
More than half of grandparents see their grandchildren in person at least once a week, while 92% of grandparents report having changed a grandchild’s diaper.
This time and care manifests itself in healthier happier grandchildren.
Happy grandkids = happy grandparents, and reduces depression in both age groups.
Dr. Karl Pillemer of Cornell University wrote, “Research shows that as many as 9 out of 10 adult grandchildren feel their grandparents influenced their values and behaviors. Grandparents transmit to their grandchildren the values and norms of social order.”
A recent AARP survey of grandparents confirms that 78% of grandparents say they have discussed values with their grandchildren.
So, how do you believe your can best make a positive impact in the lives of your grandchildren?
Do you just hope that things will work out, and you will develop a meaningful relationship with them?
Are you ready to create a plan based on your own philosophy so that you can create more meaningful relationships with your grandchildren today?
Are you ready to celebrate the ‘grand’ in grandparenting?
Your Grandparenting Philosophy
In the Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing you will develop your own Grandparenting Philosophy.
This will become an important document which will uniquely be about you, your family, and your goal to connect with your grandchildren.
The activities in this book will help you recognize the skills you already have, and the ones you need to develop more. It will help you reflect on how you can offer support, and when. You will learn how to adapt your Grandparenting Philosophy into your life.
You will also will learn the Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing, and how you can implement these strategies into your everyday life.
These wonderful things will be incorporated into your Grandparenting Philosophy so that you can develop a strong, meaningful relationship with your grandchildren.
Let’s Get Started!