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grandpe ruhnt

  • n  a parent of your father or mother

  • German grandparents are far from satisfied with the 1998 reform of the Child Act that gave children the right to contact both sets of grandparents but only if it could be .
  • At Grandparents' and Grandchildren's Camp in New York and at Grandkids and Me camp in Wisconsin, for example, counselors facilitate daily gab sessions in which grandparents .
  • Generational ties matter, and grandparents are finding new ways to play starring roles in the lives of their grandchildren.
News & Articles

  • Should young children attend family funerals?
    Question: I have 8-year-old twins and a 6-year-old. Their only remaining grandparent is in end stage cancer, with only a...        
    June 11, 2013 - Boston Globe
  • How to help your children get ready for kindergarten
    As I was gearing up to write my article this month, I read an article by my co-worker, Cara Allen, that I wanted to share. If you are a parent, grandparent, or childcare provider of a child entering into kindergarten next fall, you might want to read on to help them prepare. Many parents worry about what and how much their children should know before they enter kindergarten. read more
    June 11, 2013 - The Champaign News-Gazette
  • Family Life: How to help your children get ready for kindergarten
    Here are some tips for parents worried about what and how much their children should know before they enter kindergarten. By CHELSEY BYERS As I was gearing up to write my article this month, I read an article by my co-worker, Cara Allen, that I wanted to share. If you are a parent, grandparent, or childcare provider of a child entering into kindergarten next fall, you might want to read on to ...
    June 11, 2013 - IlliniHQ.com
Quotes

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Forbes
    She has seen a lot happen and change in our country,said Clinton. "Not everyone is as lucky to have their mother or father or grandparent with them as we are."
  • Jean-Marie Le Pen in San Diego Union Tribune
    Nicolas Sarkozy, who only had one French grandparent in total, is perhaps not the best qualified to represent France and the French people as the president should,Le Pen told France-2 television.
  • Michael Wigler in PR Newswire (press release)
    Sporadic autism is the more common form of the disease, and even the inherited form might derive from a mutation that occurred in a parent or grandparent,explained Wigler.

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