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a child of your son or daughter

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Senators Collins and Casey, who are both members of the Senate HELP Committee, introduced the Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act last year after an Aging Committee hearing during which witnesses testified about the need for grandparents to have easy access to information about resources available to assist them.
Jean was loved by many people and will be missed, especially by her husband Don, her children; Jeff and wife Patti, grandchildren Jaime, Jill, Jennifer, Jeffrey, and Jianna; Brian and wife Susie, grandchildren Scott, Alyson, and Paige, Jim, Dana and husband Mitchell, grandchildren Daria, Devin and Max, John and wife Jenifer, grandchildren Eoin, Tague, Garrett, and Jeni, Cari grandchildren Kortney, Taylor, and Megan; her great-grandchildren Kylee, Maddie, Christopher, Braeden, Austin, Ethan, Dylan, and Colin, and her nieces Janet, Lynn, and Susan.
MILLIONS of grandparents help care for their grandchildren, but there are both pros and cons to childcare in later life - here are a few of them.
A report from Age Scotland revealed that a third of Scots grandparents aged over 50 - about 370,000 - have provided regular childcare for their grandchildren.
Most relish opportunity spend more with grandchildren Lara Not surprisingly, research by Gransnet has found that while one in six grandparents have taken early retirement or quit paid employment to help out with their grandchildren, 80% of them say their sacrifice is worth it, and more than half (51%) say they're happier now they spend time with their grandchildren.
Two-fifths of over-50s providing regular care for their grandchildren feel the family would have struggled financially without their help, according to Age UK.
If priests and bishops were allowed to marry, their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren would soon teach them what I learned from my grandchild.
Pandolfi is mother to six kids and has 19 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
The phenomenon of grandparents raising their grandchildren has become more common in recent years.
Recent figures show an average of seven grandparents a day are applying to the courts to win contact with their grandchildren, often when an acrimonious relationship break-up has led to one parent refusing to let their ex-partner's parents see the children.
Marilyn |a senior Stowe Family She points out that grandparents don't have an automatic right to contact their grandchildren following a separation or divorce, which is why they end up going to court.
She enjoyed raising her family, playing video games with her grandchildren and spending time with her great grandchildren and watching them all grow.
Grandchildren are our compensation for growing old.
Loving daughters Ann, May and Irene, sonin-law Charlie, darling Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, Tracy and family xxx.
The greater emotional support grandparents and adult grandchildren received from one another the better their psychological health.