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Grandmother and Grandson: Who is Teaching Whom?

Two-way talking devices through the ages

Two-way talking devices through the ages

Every conversation between Grandchild and Grandparent is always about love, no matter what you THINK you're talking about. Any conversation that ends in “I love you Grandma,” or “I love you Grandson,” lightens the heart in such an effective and powerful way that it should be a prescription medication.

LUCKILY, IT IS AVAILABLE OVER THE COUNTER.

Isn't it wonderful how the conversation between Grandparent and Grandchild can evolve into a rich tapestry as the child grows older?

With a rich conversation, The WISDOM OF AGE and the OPTIMISM OF YOUTH can transform one another until:

THE OLDER PARTICIPANT BECOMES OPTIMISTIC AND THE YOUNGER PARTICIPANT BECOMES WISE.

Read how one Grandmother and one Grandson are doing just that in an article posted right here on Triblocal.com, “Life balance: What is it, why is it important, how do you achieve it?” by P.J. Dinner, also known as “Nanny” to her grandsons. Follow along.

BETTER YET, SEE WHAT YOU CAN ADD TO IT.

Click on this link:

/naperville/community/stories/2011/02/life-balance-what-is-it-why-is-it-important-how-do-you-achieve-it/

Post a comment to further the conversation, or contact your own grand-person to talk about… anything under the sun. Whatever you do, let us all:

TOAST TO THE BOND BETWEEEN GRANDPARENT AND GRANDCHILD.

Melanie Mackin has been a resident of Naperville for 18 years. She had the good fortune of having loving grandparents who phoned her on a regular basis to talk and say “I love you.”

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