JenningsWire: Lessons From Your Grandchildren

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JenningsWire: Lessons From Your Grandchildren

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I was invited to do an interview podcast on JenningsWire last month for my book ‘Letters From Grandma: Before You Were Born’. Following that interview I was invited to become one of their regular contributors. Needless to say I was thrilled to receive and accept the invitation.

You will now find a link in the Grandmother Diaries Navigation Menu Bar that will take you to my page on the JenningsWire site where you can read all my posts going forward. The following excerpt is the beginning my first post. Click on ‘Read the rest of the post’ and you will be taken to the JenningsWire site where you can read the rest, comment and share with your friends.

Thank you for your continued support! 🙂

On JenningsWire:

What lessons can we learn from our grandchildren?

From the first moment your grandchildren are born their world is seen through the lens of wonder and discovery.

Even their own body parts lend themselves to hours of fascination, like when they discover their fingers.

As they begin to crawl they learn about textures and temperature as they touch floors and furniture.

The introduction of solid foods to their diet provides new and different flavors.

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  1. Dan Meyers says:

    Very cool, way to keep getting your site out there!

  2. carolcovin says:

    What a wonderful reminder. I remember when my sons were born I'd wish I were a sketch artist because the expressions on their faces changed so quickly and were so subtle a camera wouldn't do them justice.