Grandparenting is Unconditional Love for Grandkids Many believe grandparenting requires the same skills as parenting, but Judy Ford, the bestselling author with over 350,000 sold copies of her parenting books, disagrees. Grandparenting requires great skills to give, receive, and nurture the little ones.
Nurture your grandkids with love. Written with warmth and heart, Wonderful Ways to Love a Grandchild honors the unique role grandparents play in the growth and development of their grandchildren. Ford suggests many ways to actively participate in the lives of your grandchildren, whether they live down the block or across the world
Authentic and genuine family love is special. Whether you live in an intergenerational household or not, this book teaches you how to spend more intentional time with your extended family. Ford explains that "Grandparenting is a gift between two people at opposite ends of their journey."
Inside this grandparents love book you'll find:
- Practical tips on how to complement and not conflict with parents on issues such as discipline, eating, and sleeping habits
- Ways to bridge generational gaps through family history, shared experiences, and family traditions
- How to talk about growing old and death with children, and forge strong family bonds with your grandchildren's parents and in-laws
If you liked grandparenting books such as Nanaville, Grandparenting on Purpose, or Unconditional Love you'll love Wonderful Ways to Love a Grandchild.