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Christmas with my grandbabies Winter break 2016

Posted on December 30, 2016 at 5:40 PM
8, 5, and 21 months. Our time together is so precious to me. I want to make sure they are learning things on each of their age groups. I try to make sure that the time we spend together has significant meaning and we make a new memory each day. I love them so very much

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Reply australiawritings
5:20 AM on April 18, 2018 
It sure is the best part about the Christmas then I really become excited that I just can’t wait to talk about. It is the one thing in the December that I love and this day is like a blessing to every christen.
Reply Maria
4:26 AM on April 20, 2018 
The most wonderful time of the year. Family, lots of love, traditions and making new memories. I absolutely love the holidays with my family.
3:30 AM on April 12, 2019 
Christmas is a magical time of year for children. The presents, the cookies, the holiday vacation, and all the perks Christmas give us. But, truly, how can it make us happy is if we celebrate it with our family, especially our little grandchildren! While the holiday excitement for youngsters largely lies with the loot, it’s a really nice touch to send an age-appropriate Christmas card to your grandchild with a note inside. Let’s face it: You’re never too young to be told how special you are or how much you mean to someone. For that matter, you’re never too old either. As grandchildren grow up, they come to appreciate family and value relationships more deeply. Why not take a few moments this holiday season to tell your grandchild how much better your life is because of him/her or how proud you are of the person he/she is becoming? Some warmly written words in a thoughtfully chosen Christmas card could very well be something your grandchild continues to save long after the holidays are over.