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Grandchildren are the children of a parent's children. That is, the sons and daughters of a woman's son or daughter are her grandchildren.

This blog is designed to address the relationship between parents and their adult children as well as promoting a closer relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren.

Related areas of interest may include how best to learn about how the world has changed since Boomer parents had their children.

Click here and you can order this blog for your Kindle, with regular posts weekly on how the world has changed in the last 60 years, so you can understand the world your grandchildren are growing up in and prompt you to share your own stories with your grandchildren.

In addition, grandparents-to-be often want to explore names beyond the traditional names of Grandma and Grandpa.

Click here to order one of our favorite books, "You Can Call Me Hoppa: The Grandparents' Guide to Choosing a Name That Fits."

Finally, new grandparents may want to prepare for their new relationship with their adult children as parents, the respect new parents look for and how to offer the wisdom new grandparents can share.

Click here to order our own book, "Who Gets to Name Grandma? The Wisdom of Mothers and Grandmothers", a series of essays based on 40 interviews with mothers and grandmothers about advice they would like to give each other about parenting and grandparenting.

Also see: Fun with Grandchildren