Archive for the ‘Grandchildren’ Category

5 Things Grandparents and Grandkids Will Love About A Disney Cruise

Disclaimer: I was compensated in part by Disney Social Media Moms but all thoughts, opinions and memories are strictly my own! We just got back from a Disney Cruise without our grandkids. [...]

Cool Facts About Valentine’s Day Your Grandchildren Won’t Know

Grandchildren these days are hard to impress but if you know some cool facts about Valentine’s Day that they don’t, you might score some points. For example they probably don’t know that [...]

Disney Cruise: New Friends, New Experiences, New Foods

Disclaimer: I just returned home a cruise aboard the #DisneyWonder and 2 days at #DisneyWorld for #DisneySMMC. Part of this experience was compensated. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are strictly my [...]

Grandma Joyce Visits NanaHood

This is a guest post by Grandma Joyce. If you’ve never visited her blog, make sure you do! It’s What Happens at Grandma’s Little Love Bites! This one’s about Valentine’s Day. And [...]

Valentine’s Day Fun for You and Your Grandchildren

It’s time to think about Valentine’s Day! The annual day o’ love lurks right around the corner and Cupid will soon be sprinkling hearts and flowery fun far and wide. Following are [...]

5 Things I Forgot About Disney

These 5 things I had forgotten about Disney World may motivate you to take your children or grandchildren on a trip they will never forget! When my mother was diagnosed with terminal [...]

Children Making Valentines for Veterans

Making Valentines for Veterans The children at our church have been busy the past week or so making Valentines for Veterans.  Not only does it teach them about the importance of saying [...]

When a Child Loses Consciousness from Holding Their Breath

There are several reasons your child or grandchild might lose consciousness and hopefully this will never happen to them, but I want to share a story about breath holding, which can and [...]

Winter Birthday Parties

If your grandchildren were born in the summer or early fall, they probably have their birthday parties outdoors. Children with winter birthdays can celebrate outdoors as well if they live in the [...]

How Nanas Start The New Year Right

What do Nanas do on New Year’s Eve? If they are very lucky they get to spend it with family and grandkids! If you haven’t visited NanaHood’s Facebook Page and joined in the [...]

Marching Like a Girl into 2017

Marching Like a Girl I don’t usually share videos on my Wordless Wednesday posts, but I’m never wordless anyway so I guess it doesn’t matter. Part of the fun of having my [...]

What You May Not Know About Rudolph and Reindeers

I thought I knew about Rudolph. I mean after all, I’ve been singing Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer every year since before kindergarten! Today I learned a few things Rudolph and about reindeer [...]

What’s New at Nanas? The New Nintendo 3DS XL

This is a NanaHood review. I’ve been given this product to review but all thoughts and opinions are my own! Do Nanas play Nintendo? Of course they do! Especially when it’s with [...]

The Real Gifts your Parents or Grandparents Want for Christmas

Real Gifts Each of us carry around secret things in our hearts that we want for Christmas but may not write down on a list. Mainly because these things can’t be purchased [...]

Fun Games for Families

This is a sponsored post and giveaway from Blue Mountain Cards. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. Most kids just love to play games. My friends at Blue Mountain Cards [...]

Thanksgiving and The Cousins

This Thanksgiving was special for many reasons but mainly because my cousins from North Carolina and Florida came to visit. They arrived throughout the week and my house was crazy noisy, but [...]

We Teach By Example

My mother loved to teach. She taught sixth grade reading for many years, but she was my teacher for as long as she lived. She taught me many things but her best [...]

Kids and Crafts

I am not a crafty person but I admire people who are. Even people like me who can’t think of their own crafts can use Pinterest and come up with ideas. Every [...]

Crazy Bones Cafe

This is a guest post by  Joyce Gillis…Proud Member of the GRANDParent Network! And Blogger at What Happens at Grandmas.  No rattlin’ bones about it! We’re Halloween-crazy over here and mighty proud [...]

FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween

Have you heard about the Teal Pumpkin Project? The “FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project helps make sure all children will come home on Halloween night with something they can enjoy. It just takes [...]