Posted: 17th January 2017
Being a grandparent isn’t what it used to be: today’s adult children and grandchildren are living more rushed, full-to-the-brim lives, and it’s often difficult for grandparents to figure out how to fit into such hectic schedules. In addition, many grandparents help out with child care, and may have mixed feelings about it, or simply need some advice on today’s children.
If you would like to make the most of your time with your grandchildren, come and join a small and Gentle Group for Grannies which starts soon (for women only at this stage) on the Worcestershire/Herefordshire/Gloucestershire borders and will include such topics as:
Starting – Wednesday 1st March and each Wednesday lunchtime to 29th March 2017
The venue – near Upton upon Severn, details with your booking confirmation
Arrival time – 12.15 for warming homemade soup and tasty bread and cheese. Ends around 2pm
After which will follow easy-to implement, yet deeply impactful suggestions, in five short sessions which will enable you to have a closer and more joyful relationship with that special grandchild.
Price for the five sessions £25 (payment confirms your place) to include soup & cheese lunch
PLUS for the first six grannies to sign up, a copy of The Don’t Sweat Guide for Grandparents
To reserve your place contact the group leader firstname.lastname@example.org
“Grandparents are a gift to the world! It is from their love that we are here to begin with. I think of my own grandparents with great fondness, as my children do theirs. In fact, a huge number of people I’ve met and known over the years love, admire and respect their grandparents as much as anyone else in this world. I only hope my grandchildren (if I’m lucky enough to have them someday) will feel that way about me!”
Richard Carlson, author of the bestselling Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff who died tragically and unexpectedly, leaving a beautiful wife and young family.
Charlotte Carver has been a Family Caring Trust group facilitator over 25 years. Parents who have attended her Pops 4 Mums programmes (passing on parenting skills) say it helped them to become more positive and confident and generally feel even better about themselves as parents.