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Cute Things Grandchildren Say

Cute Things Grandchildren Say My three year old grandson calls blueberries “Bwewberries.” I can’t make myself correct him because it sounds so sweet. When our twins were very young they referred to [...]

Fire Hazards in Your Home and in Your Grandchild’s Home

Fire Hazards and Facts About Fires Did you know that according to the National Fire Protection Association–In 2015, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated 365,500 home structure fires. These fires caused [...]

Goodbye 2017 – Reflections on the Year

Goodbye 2017 and Hello 2018 The end of the year is always a good time for reflection. What did I get right? What could I have done a better job of? How [...]

Mom of the Year

Mom of the Year Today, if my mother had lived, she would be 78.  She hated having a birthday so close to Christmas and I know that if she had been alive [...]

Improving Relationships With Adult Children

Improving Relationships With Adult Children Life is complicated. You knew that, right. Today I went into a store to pay a bill and for some reason the lady started telling me about [...]

Nana Approved Hanes Stocking Stuffers

Disclaimer: I have been gifted some product in exchange for this post but all thoughts and opinions are my always my own! Because I am a blogger and I love online shopping [...]

Sweet’N Low® Spread Sweet Holiday Cheer Sweepstakes

“The information and a gift card have been provided by the makers of Sweet’N Low® so that I could share my thoughts and information about the Sweet’N Low® Spread Sweet Holiday Cheer [...]

Preventing Shingles So You Don’t Have to Suffer

This post is sponsored by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases through an unrestricted educational grant from Merck & Co., Inc. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The first time I heard [...]

Christmas Cookies on a Sunday Afternoon

Christmas Cookies on a Sunday Afternoon and a few other things…. Saturday I took two of the grandchildren to see Santa and two of them were already there. This granddaughter really had [...]

Motherhood Isn’t Easy!

Motherhood isn’t easy and here are some simple tips to help you discover what really matters. a guest post feature from Bonnie Compton* Recently I overheard a conversation between a young mother [...]

Kindness and Being the Good in Someone’s Day

This is a sponsored post. I was given a free sample but all thoughts and comments are my own. I bet you didn’t know that there is a Christmas tree ornament that [...]

Best Leftover Turkey Recipes

Leftover Turkey Recipes and The Day After Thanksgiving As usual I cooked too much, ate too much and the day after Thanksgiving I feel like a truck has run over me. The [...]

Thanksgiving Scarecrow Craft and Time to Celebrate

Thanksgiving scarecrow and pumpkin crafts are fun to make this time of year. I’ll tell you about them in a minute, but first I have to ask….why can’t there be three days [...]

Wedding Shower for Newlyweds

A Wedding Shower for our son and his bride is the subject of this weeks blog hop. One of our twins recently married and I wrote about it on a post called [...]

Thanksgiving Fun With Your Grandchildren

The kids don’t know it yet, but they’re going to superstar in a post-dinner Thanksgiving play at grandma’s this year. Considering their love of theatrics, I’m confident they’ll gobble up this opportunity [...]

Overactive Bladder Doesn’t have to Control Your Life

I am being compensated by Astellas Pharma US, Inc. for this post; however, the opinions expressed here are my own. Lots of women are planners. They make lists of things they need [...]

From Self-Employment to Retirement – Making the Move After Working for Yourself

This is a sponsored post for which I have been compensated. All content and graphics provided by VSP Vision Services. Did you know, the older you are, the more likely you are [...]

Kentucky’s Fall Colors Shine Brightly

Kentucky’s fall colors are gorgeous right now. Yesterday I was coming home from an errand and the sky was dark gray but every once in a while the clouds would break and [...]

Fall Day Trip With the Grandchildren

Fall Day Trip With the Grandchildren We took a day trip with the grandchildren to a local farm and produce market. It was close enough that we didn’t have to spend hours [...]

Grandkids Special Diet? Organic? Vegetarian? What’s a Nana To Do?

Grandkids special diet? Relax, here’s what one grandmother thinks! This is a guest post from Grandparentslink.com by Jane Steiner, grandmother extraordinaire* The feeding of our grandchildren has become an industry unto itself. [...]