Wow! Do they? Yep, all the time. They do not like to see you relax. Either they want something to eat, something to drink, they want you to watch television with them or they want you to play a game with them. There is never a dull moment. It is amazing how grandparents do whatever the kids want without complaining.
I have yet to have grandchildren yet, thankfully, but they keep my mom busy enough. She is always ready to pass out at the end of the day after spending time with them. Kids are certainly a hand full.
For some reason, this question ended up with the questions in the "my account" section here; but because it's such an easy one for me to answer, I figured I may as well answer it...
I don't have grandchildren; so, for now, no grandchildren are keeping me busy.
I only have one grandson and I LOVE it when he 'keeps me busy'! I try to see him as often as possible and treasure the times that I get to babysit him!
I have two grandchildren and they used to keep me very busy. since they have gotten old enough for school, I only see them once a week--but it does tire me out!
Not really. I still have young children at home, so I am not a typical grandparent. Instead of getting attention from me, my grandkids get attention from their aunts and uncles, who are close in age to them.
by God shet 3 years ago
"At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven."~...
by Aficionada 7 years ago
Per the request for some sort of interesting forum topics, I am opening this thread. As a gramma-wannabe, I would love to hear about your g-kids. Please share!But I won't be around for awhile (suppertime right now). I'll be back to read later, and I hope to see tons of wonderful...
by catrusty 8 years ago
do my grandkids who are 9 and 15 need a passport to go to niagara fall. we are trying to plan a...trip for aug 11-14,
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